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#Thursday Thoughts Feeling someone else's pain is meaningless if you do nothing about it.
Even psychopaths are capable of empathy, but they’re less motivated to feel it and act on it. Instead of admiring your heroes and mentors as a whole, admire the specific virtues they exemplify.
And now, Griffin is facing the additional charge of driving a vehicle with a controlled substance in the blood resulting in death.
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A sign of wisdom is the ability to appreciate the wisdom of others, instead of limiting your learning to your own experience. If work is independent and people are capable, don't tether them to an office. Value results alone, and you lose trust and respect. Listen because you respect the intellectual integrity they bring to their questions.
Possessing a virtue makes it easier to see in others. You learn more from people who challenge your thought process than from those who affirm your conclusions.
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It's to make a group more than the sum of its parts. Servant leaders unite people for collective purpose.
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Accept the privileges that help you do your job more effectively, not the ones that make you feel superior. People are informed when they learn from you but empowered when they learn with you. However carefully you choose your words, it's your actions that reveal your intentions and principles. Whites get 36% more callbacks than equally qualified Blacks and 24% more than Latinos—even with identical resumes where only the name is changed.
A better test of character is whether you keep rooting for them when they're down. They need support more when they're struggling than when they're succeeding. It's time to pay attention to collaboration, creativity, and character.
#Saturday Thoughts A core task of leadership is keeping your ego in check. "To change what you treasure, change what you measure." qz.com/1540222/how-ch…
Steven Adams looks at a picture of himself from his rookie season.