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Thinking Like a Leader

Thinking Like a Leader

Like many symbols, the Enneagram makes convenient scaffolding for intellectual constructs. Attempts to create memorable and useful maps and models are often enhanced by a visual pattern. They help the learning process because easily remembered logical patterns help...

Mitt Romney: Profile of a Preserving (Self Pres) Three

Mitt Romney: Profile of a Preserving (Self Pres) Three

It would be difficult to write a more vivid account of a Preserving (Self-Preservation) Three than this article about Mitt Romney. He is portrayed as someone who is both incredibly thrifty, despite his enormous wealth, who is driven to work incessantly. This need to...

Critical Thinking

Emotional Intelligence / Self Awareness

The Noticing Mind

The Noticing Mind

This is the fourth in a series of articles on mindfulness and the six qualities of the mind. Take a moment and look up from whatever device on which you are reading this, and look around. Notice the people and objects around you. If it is a room you are familiar with,...

The Focused Mind

The Focused Mind

The second of six qualities of the mind that we focus on at Awareness to Action International. It is the third in a series of articles. Click here for the introduction, and here for part two. We are creatures wired to pay attention to novelty and subtle changes...

Leadership

The Conducting Mind

The Conducting Mind

The is part of an ongoing series of articles on the qualities of the mind and mindfulness. For the others, visit us at the Awareness to Action Blog Growing up in suburban Philadephia, I had the opportunity to see two of the greatest-ever orchestra conductors, Eugene...