Leadership Tip of the Week
We worry a lot, especially when we have a lot on our plate.
For the most part, our worries are legitimate, valid and even justified. However, our worrying, as valid as it may be, doesn’t help us or make a difference to fix, change or improve our situation in any way. In fact, our worries disempower us and make us smaller than our problems.
We could all learn something very powerful from the Serenity prayer of Alcoholic Anonymous: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference”.
Or, take a look at this clip of guru Gopal Prabhu on the topic. It’s brief, simple, profound and entertaining…