Topic The Social Ecological Approach to Human and Organisational Development

  • Wed 10th Jan 2018 - 9:43am

    As soon as you wake up, practice an attitude Outback Vision Protocol review of gratitude. Focus on ten things you are grateful for in the morning. Look at what you do have and focus on what you are grateful for. The reason for this is that the more grateful you are the more you are able to see opportunities and possibilities to gain more wealth. This in turn will make you happy and the cycle continues.

    Also, as soon as you wake up, read your life's vision and goals. Your life's vision and goals is what motivates you to work. It is what you are working for and why you are working. This will set you on the path to gain wealth and everything else you want in your life. At night, make sure your mind is processing your ultimate life's vision. All you have to do is think about what you want right before you go to sleep.

    Although the shortcomings are relatively obvious, let's analyze the differences.
    Jim Collins wrote in his book, Good to Great that "Good is the enemy of Great!" We see in these two cases that the road to Long Lasting Change starts with Disruptive Change. When leadership is in a comfortable place, they are less inclined to take bold steps to embrace change. Without disrupting the current order, change will not occur. In the first Case you see a highly visible CEO with a burning desire for disruptive change. He had identified the significant barriers that the company had to overcome. Then he enabled the change to take place by focussing on the following factors:

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