What defines a truly great leader is not their ability to cultivate followers, but their ability to hold space for the unfolding of others to become their own leaders.
Foolproof recipes aren’t always foolproof. The lesson I learned from baking my Bubby’s cherished Passover sponge cake is one that I’m also learning in my creative work, coaching programs, training regimen, and life in general.
Even when you know it’s a possibility, perfectionism can sneak up on you through the back doors of indecision, overwhelm, and the pretense of building skills. Here’s a real-life case study of how the cycle can unfold.
Leaving a lasting legacy has nothing to do with what you create, build, or invent, what you contribute to science, or how much you publish. Instead, it comes from a different form of contribution.
Decluttering guru Marie Kondo is giving up on tidying up, and the internet is taking it personally. Here’s what’s really going on.
Fear of failure and fear of success are common, but they are not real fears. Here is a simple framework to expose what you really fear.