Of course, There is no crisis challenges
May I use this phrase Albert Einstein to influence an aspect of the management I think is important: the need for autocuestionarse with some frequency.
I explain: although it looks like the self esteem It is the key to a good projection of personal branding, the question oneself occasionally generates new challenges we take to improve. It's what you call into crisis.
The crisis does not refer here to an economic downturn such as we are living now, but there is no doubt that the crisis forced many people to reinventing themselves and generate new yields.
If every day we are able to complete 3 sudokus, there will come a point where addressed to a sudoku will not generate interest and help develop our brain, It is what would be a routine. We'll have to look for a new challenge that will allow us to continue to grow intellectually, like chess, crossword puzzles or learning a new language.
Imagine that we are in a situation of personal crisis. ERE has put us on the street, or we have decided to get out of a company that would not let us live. Start a new challenge, is sure to be interesting. I have in mind the case of a friend who, after years working in advertising agencies, and yéndole great things, He accepted the offer of some financial analysts. Theoretically something unthinkable: I agree. They paid much better. This new work has taken him to countries around the world, and he has now achieved a status with just 40 years that many wanted for themselves. She decided to change her routine, put in crisis. And it went well. But we know, If you do not try you do not know.
If you decide to put in crisis, health. your management will benefit. And remember, There is no crisis challenges.
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