I was deeply moved by a book I read and it struck a chord within me. To be able to stand in your strength, knowing that others are looking for you to fail, not agreeing with what you are doing. But standing in your higher purpose, for the greater good, for the TRUTH.
I started to feel uncomfortable because I felt I didn't live up to how I want to be. I connected with his struggles, and yet I was mesmerized by how he continually went back to his principles and re-evaluated if he was doing the right thing. I was and am transformed by his words. And it has helped me remember to life to a higher loyalty, the Universe and the betterment of Earth.
we seek out and focus on facts and arguments that support our beliefs. When we are trapped in confirmation bias, we may not consciously perceive facts that challenge us, are inconsistent with what we have already concluded. Decisions must be made with recognition they could be wrong. That humility leaves the leader open to better information until the last possible moment- James Comey
we seek out and focus on facts and arguments that support our beliefs. When we are trapped in confirmation bias, we may not consciously perceive facts that challenge us, are inconsistent with what we have already concluded. Decisions must be made with recognition they could be wrong. That humility leaves the leader open to better information until the last possible moment
- James Comey
I started thinking how many times I do this. I know that I can listen to opposing ideas in certain circumstances, but I don't do this in all situations. I make decisions about information that I don't agree with, instead of asking how this 'different' information impacts a decision.
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy- Dr King
Being confident enough to be humble – comfortable in your own skin – is at the heart of effective leadership. That humility makes a whole lot of things possible, none more important than a single, humble question ‘ what am I missing?’ good leaders constantly worry about their limited ability to see. To rise above those limitations, good leaders exercise judgement, which is different thing from intelligence. Intelligence is the ability to solve a problem, to decipher a riddle, to master a set of facts. Judgement is the ability to orbit a problem or set of facts and see it as it might be seen thru other eyes, by observers with different biases, motives and backgrounds. It is also the ability to take a set of facts and move it in place and time… intelligence is the ability to collect and report what the documents and witnesses say; judgement is the ability to say what these same facts mean and what effect they will have on other audiences - James Comey
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