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When we've lost ground, how do we feel, what do we do? When our stability is undermined, and we are left not knowing what is next and how we'll respond to the changes to come, how do we reorient ourselves to a new reality in which our reference points no longer exist?

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Imagine. Every day upon waking, the "calvary" of your resources gear up. As you lay in bed, you feel the energy, bordering on anxiety, that tells you it's time to head out for battle. Even though 'the war' has been over many years, physically you wake up in a state of alert for what will happen next. This apprehensive state you have become so accustomed to is hyper-vigilance, and will be your constant companion until you collapse into bed later that night.

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“Thick-skinned (thĭk′skĭnd′)adj.1. Having a thick skin or rind 2. Not easily offended. 3. Largely unaffected by the needs and feelings of other people; insensitive, callous, unfeeling, hardhearted, etc”

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“Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” (Mike Tyson)

(Pic: Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali, who beat challenger Joe Frazier on a TKO)

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"A solely intellectual approach leaves something fundamental out of the leadership equation, negating the aspect of human nature rooted in the animal world that was probably programmed into our brain early in our species development.” (Sally Helgese: The Dance of Power)

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‘We do not think ourselves into new ways of living, we live ourselves into new ways of thinking’ (Rohr, R. 1999).

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“Always, this energy smolders inside, when it remains unlit, the body fills with dense smoke, as if there is not as much air in the room.” (David Whyte)

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“I am looking forward enormously to getting back to the sea again, where the overstimulated psyche can recover in the presence of that infinite peace and spaciousness.” (Carl Jung)

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I’ve interviewed over 3,000 candidates in my career and also have had my share of times where I’ve been interviewed. One of the things I have been asking myself lately is why asking questions seem to stop after the person has been hired. Does the value of a candidate’s input diminish exponentially, much like a President once elected?

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