stimulus and response
Leadership Skills # 2: Mind the Gap
Instant reactions to situations always yield a different kind of result. The width of the gap between stimulus and response is dependent on our conscious awareness of it. One needs to detach oneself from impulsive thoughts and poorly thought-out actions. It will be inevitable to avoid knee-jerk reactions but an honest reflection is more important. Continue reading
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