…and Don’t Do
Several times over the past few years, the Tuesday Reading has focused on biases:
… Let it go.
Several years ago, Mary Jordan posted an essay, Be Still, and Be a Better Leader,1 on the Linkage Leadership Blog and it caught my attention. At that time, she was a Principle Consultant and Co-Leader of the Linkage Change and Transition Leadership Practice.
Most, dare I say all, of us, don’t do and haven’t done, much thinking about thinking. In fact, we may have never stopped to think about our thinking.
So, what is thinking anyway?
… Yes, both I and you are most likely members of this club
… to Your Smartphone
ad·dic·tion –– the compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance, thing, or activity.
As individuals in today's society we have become addicted to our smartphones. We are at a loss when it isn’t in our hand, on our person, out of sight, etc. And, the research is clear, for all the value that the smart device brings it is also extremely disruptive and often not helpful.
It was Voltaire who said: “It is easier to judge the mind of a man by his questions rather than his answers.”