In this week’s solocast and first-ever Father’s Day episode of Dadages, host Chad Hagle discusses the Dadage “High achievers and entrepreneurs are wired to look ahead, but sometimes it is just as important to look back.” Chad explains how he sees the world with a type of vision that comes from a combination of analytics and intuition, which helps him recognize patterns and potential outcomes while also using past experiences. Additionally, he talks about living in the moment and being present, how he uses some principles from Buddhism, philosophy, and yoga to accomplish this, and the importance of taking time to look at the past and understand it. Chad shares with the audience the significance of knowing history to avoid the mistakes that have led to bad consequences in the past, the dangers of information manipulation, and how to be good masters of our own memories. Finally, Chad applies all this knowledge to a business context and gives some actionable tools that can be implemented in a work environment as well as some tips to be used in everyday life. Be sure to tune in to learn valuable insights about looking back and forming and using meaningful memories, along with a few dad jokes just in time for Father’s Day!
06/14/23 • 29 min
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