When people ask me how they can regain some sense of control over their lives when things become difficult to manage, I try to remind them to turn their attention to that which they will always be able to manage.
Unfortunately, the benefits of trust are often overlooked. We tend to not fully realize how trust can help you be more successful.
In this article I want to explain the relationship between control and accountability.
Trust is an important quality. People who are very distrusting tend to be controlling, insecure, overly suspicious of others, prone to anxiety, unable to take risks, etc.
Empowerment is not a new word in the domain of leadership and political correctness. It is, however, not a word comfortably associated with delegation.
Freedom is only valuable to us if it does something other than allow us to control the course of events in the world.
The essence of happiness is the psychological stance that we take towards what we have.
There is a direct connection between the humility and trustworthiness of the leader.
I have come to recognize that progress in life requires this openness. It is absolutely essential that one is open to the lessons of life.
On my mother’s birthday, my father tried to share his unhappiness with our breaking of his rules. We refused to join his party, and held our own instead.