Calm Amidst the Covid Crisis + an Amusing TV Distraction

Leadership

We’ve spilled a good deal of ink on the value of non-attachment in previous blog entries. To repeat, non-attachment is the ability to yield control over outcomes, and it is a core teaching in our effort to define a non-heroic, peaceful, harmonious, and more rewarding form of leadership.

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Illness as Heroism: The Martial Metaphor

Leadership, Uncategorized

In this time of distress concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, we are reminded of Susan Sontag’s path-breaking 1978 book, Illness as Metaphor

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Heroism and Standoutism

Leadership

One of the problems with the concept of heroism
is its appeal to the ego’s need to stand out from the crowd, to be

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Non-Attachment vs. Detachment

Leadership

The anonymous comment on The Crown, in response to “Next Steps” (November 19, 2020), provides a nice opportunity to further elaborate

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