Steve Morrow reading from Fred Kofman’s Conscious Business and discussing working towards living a better life, both professionally and personally.
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Of the little reality surrounding us that our brain takes in, we can control almost none, and influence only an iota. At the same time, there’s a difference between actively engaging in our own lives, and when we’re opting out. In a strange way, I find the paradox liberating; I can control nothing, and I’m an active participant in my own life. The question is, how do we navigate that tension?
Steve Morrow is a friend of mine, and his role at Salesforce is focused on coaching and effective leadership. However, he didn’t start off in the human development world – in fact, he began in sales and marketing, and soon enough, began looking inside, rather than outside, at potential clients.
Steve reads two pages from ‘Conscious Business’ by Fred Kofman. [reading begins at 8:15]
Hear us discuss:
- “One of life’s great challenges is living up to ourselves.” [10:31]
- Having a healthy relationship with fear: “Leadership is countercultural.” [12:11]
- Navigating the tension between corporate and individual values. [23:33]
- Leaving behind old beliefs: “Your high standards should serve you, not rule you.” [26:35]
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Fred Kofman | Conscious Business: How to Build Value through Values
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