Reflections on Creative Leadership & Optimal Performance
The Extrovert Trap And How To Avoid It
When I think about my life, I realize I am happy to be somewhat retired. I say somewhat because there are still things I do at people’s requests in the circus world. But I mostly spend time alone, writing, which suits me so well, I wonder what I’ve been thinking all these years when I was so completely “out there,” taking social and personal risks that seem unimaginable now.
How to live life as an elaborate work of art?
Leaders in any domain, be it business, education, health, law, politics, or agriculture, have to come to grips with the inevitable notion of optimal performance being at the route of it all.
Excellent is right now, in the next five minutes
Excellence is within everyone’s reach; it’s a question of intent, not somewhere in the future, but here and now.
Change your life for the better, choose the unexpected
Artistic creation, and any creative endeavor for that matter, involves discomfort and challenges, you most probably can not prevent, if you want it to come out right.
Love the process, let results take care of themselves
The simple sensation of how the body holds itself in space has always fascinated me.
How to keep your balance in mid-air
The unknown has always presented us humans with a challenge because we don’t know how to prepare ourselves and for what.
The fastest way to the best view
We’ve all been through harsh times. You know this as much as I do. You’re stuck in a rut, and it’s going to take time to get out of it.
What are you hoping for?
your hope for a better future defines your actions to attain that future.
Slow down, it’s your best choice
Think of the way towards a far-reaching goal as exploring uncharted territory. Everything is new, and you need to pay attention. Now that’s exciting.
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