Leadership With Purpose Blog
In this blog I will share with you some observations from real life experiences that I have encountered in my own pursuit of becoming a leader who gets results without losing my own sense of purpose. Bringing out the best in others and creating a positive work environment are not exclusive of profits.
August 14, 2016
“I had to judge where I was headed from where I had been, an acquired perception which has served me well – for the goals of my life, and especially my work, haven’t always been visible points of light on a shore the looms in front of me. They are fixed in my imagination, shrouded and indistinct, and I detect them best when my eyes are closed. All too often I am forced to move toward then backward, like a boy in a rowboat, guiding myself by a cultivated inner sense of direction which tells me I’m on course, tending toward the place I want to be.” Richard Bode (1)
To read my thoughts on this passage click here: Reflections On The Water
(1) First You Have To Row A Little Boat: Reflections on Life & Living by Richard Bode; Copyright 1993; Warner Books, Inc.