Ditch the seminar and learn from a child’s innocent and uninhibited approach to leading and living by following these 10 steps for effective leadership.
Sometimes, just sometimes, we all need a reminder to look for inspiration and wonder in this beautiful thing we call ‘life’ – even as it relates to process, leadership and Intelivate, accompanied by our personal photos (yes, the pictures are of Intelivate past, present, and future) – and Jocelyn Kelley helped nudge us to revisit those wonder years of past with her article, “10 Life Lessons You Can Learn From Children.”
As is expected and often inevitable, adulthood replaces the fervor and wonder with which we once lived as children with rigid constructs and hardened hearts. There is much to gain if we take the time to view life through the rose-colored lens of childhood.
And while we can’t spend our adult days skipping to-and-fro – which incidentally, if you haven’t tried skipping lately, it’s certainly worth revisiting, if for nothing more than to have a good laugh (see: Item #4) – we can take stock in and learn from a child’s blissfully innocent and uninhibited approach to living by considering these 10 steps.