Of course this may not always be easy to see, so:
- the inner leadership section of The Churning provides structured tools and techniques for making sense of a situation, and identifying the three types of opportunity that lie hidden within any challenge
- the book then leads you through choosing the opportunity that is right for you, and turning that choice into a vision that inspires you and others to make it happen
- outer leadership then provides tools and frameworks for making that vision a reality in a changing world.
What we call ‘challenges’ are simply a disruption to the status quo. Without these disruptions we would stagnate. With them we gain an opportunity to reinforce and get deeper clarity on what matters to us most, create a world that better matches what we deeply want, and to grow as a leader.
The challenges you face are not a barrier to your job, they are your job. They are your opportunities. Because the way that you respond to them determines your potential for both professional and personal growth.
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