Episode 083: Conscious Leadership Advice Chapter 57 of the Tao te Ching Explained

Conscious Leadership Advice Chapter 57 of the Tao te Ching Explained

In this episode, we will dive into some leadership tips. So if you’re looking for some ways to kind of give you the edge to be a leader, leader Team, Leader family, and just be able to like lead.

I think this is going to be a fun episode! Today, I am going to go off-script, this means no script and no framework. We are going to free flow it and see how this turns out!

So if you want to learn how to continue to increase your capacity for how well you can stand life getting, then sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.

What You’ll Hear In This Episode

  • According to the book of Dao De Jing, what must you follow if you want to be a great leader? Why so?
  • Why do you need to let go of your control, your fixed plans, and concepts, and just let the world govern itself instead?
  • When and how does your trying to take control becomes pointless?
  • What must a great leader understand?
  • One of the universal truths that we experienced as a human being is that which we resist persists. How can we overcome this?
  • Why does living in resistance hinders you from being a good leader?
  • What should you do first to be able to lead your family, company, or team powerfully?
  • Why is it that the people who have the most rules seem to be the most rebellious?
  • How having a centered approach can help you to be a great leader?

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