Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • As a Leader, is “Humble” in Your Vocabulary? It Should Be!

    Posted on April 21, 2017 by in OJT Blog

    Humility…A Pathway to Personal Growth In a conversation with Charles B. Baker, OD guru at Ernst & Young some years ago he introduced me to a definition of leadership that I had not heard before but resonated with me instantly. It is that a leader undertakes his responsibilities with the attitude of a humble servant and […]

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  • Focus, Flow and Deep Work

    Posted on April 15, 2017 by in OJT Blog

    “Flow is a state of mind when people experience a sense of effortless action while achieving the best moments and highest goals in their lives.”  …..Csikszentmihayli, Flow, The Psychology of Optimal Experience.   Recently I read a book called “Deep Work*”.  It is about developing the skill to focus on a task in the midst […]

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