Day 14: Thoughts about power, life and energy
By: Sonia Di Maulo, Founder and Lead Feedback Enthusiast
Being an compelling leader means opening the door and letting the REAL YOU shine.
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Day 14: Arrow
An arrow provides direction. At the airport, people often frantically look for power outlets (which are closer to the ground and therefore harder to see).
At the Montreal Airport, these signs bring relief to the frantic, who need to charge phones, iPads, computers.
Our reliance on electricity and our relationship with the need to access power is a little bit crazy.
Last Saturday night, we lost power at our house after a storm. Right at the start of our cooking for a dinner party.
It was a party-stopper. No power, no food, no party. (So we moved the party to where the power was.)
People gravitate to power, to energy, to life!
Be the becon of light and watch them shine.
Remember, also, that you need to have a way to recharge as well. Who is your source?
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