10/18/21 • 49 min
The last 18 months have been notable for their volatility.
Opinions have become currency, not always based on fact.
We've seen that we're not that great at predicting the future and, as a result, are never fully prepared - that just makes things more uncertain and leads to more opinions.
How can you separate fact from opinion?
First, remember that you control your perceptions and the energy that you bring to a situation.
Then, remember that everyone sees things differently.
Finally, ask yourself this: What are you prepared to do to prove that your opinion is wrong?
In today's episode, I chat with Marcel Daane about how to stay sane in a volatile world
About my guest
Marcel Daane is an award-winning executive coach and author of two book who operates out of Singapore. He specializes in helping professionals maximize their way of being in how they connect with themselves and others for more effective leadership and performance using a combination of Neuroscience, Mindfulness, and Somatic Awareness.
Marcel's books include HeadStrong Performance - coverhing how to improve mental performance under pressure - and Five Energies of Horrible Bosses, which is a book about how to use Energy Projection to improve connectedness with others
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