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One thing which makes the new paradigm of leadership distinct is the fact that it thrives not on competition – success despite others – but in collaboration and connection.
Success with and through others.
I was vividly awakened to the importance of this level of connection when I realised it was missing from my own life.
In my latest blog on joannamartin.com I’m sharing what I learned, and the steps I took to rectify the problem.
“I have a natural tendency to play solo. In the past, I’ve relied on my profound connection to Source – the universe, nature, the vision that pulls me forwards – for my connection needs, rather than other people.
I’d never seen that as a problem until I experienced really great connections in a new environment. But in that extraordinary setting, I experienced a depth of connection, and a feeling of such motivation to deepen and grow my work, that I became vividly aware of what I was missing.”
Click here to read the full article – and do share, if you’ve experienced something similar.