Human beings are predictable, we all want the same things. We do not, however, all look for these things in the right places.
We must be careful not to reduce human potential to the Human Resources box.
It is not owning a car that fulfills one; it is only the joy of driving that can possibly be fulfilling. But the driving is something you do, not something you get or have.
It’s slowly dawning on me that the outer manifestation that most goal setting courses get one to chase after, don’t give you happiness.
We Exist not to Make a Living, but to Make a Contribution
The Intent Thematic explained briefly by the definition of its key terms.
If we should be here to give should we not be paid or should our salaries be cut? If fulfillment is contribution what is the point of a salary?
Our general lack of gratitude impedes us from appreciating the pleasantness of life. We are not able to appreciate the pleasantness of being alive because we are caught up in achieving things.
In the course of the Leadership and Organizational Development work done at Schuitema over the last 20 years it has become very apparent that the key variable that one has to come to grips with in the case of both mentoring and coaching is the issue of intent.
What is the crucial variable for cultivating deeply rewarding connections with the people around us? In this charismatic talk Brene Brown argues that it is in fact the capacity to allow ourselves to be vulnerable that enables such deep connections.