LEADING PEOPLE TO GROW ENTAILS GETTING THEM TO MAKE DECISIONS AND TO MAKE MISTAKES.
From recognizing existing frameworks and imagining future contexts, you get to innovative learning.
Innovative learning gets you in with actualizing your visions.
Having a fairly concrete picture of what needs to be done or what you want to do or where you want to go, are essential elements of a vision.
To examine and understand the past charts an unclogged path into the future and makes it easy for you to express yourself instead of depleting your energy in trying to prove yourself, through the devices of the ego.
You fall out of victimhood and fall into an innovative learning when you no longer accept things as they are, but rather envision things as they can be, when you participate in making things happen, when you shape life rather than being shaped by it, and when you lead your own life.
Love of learning on top of physical vibrancy and a persistent drive towards goals in homes draws success to children later in life.
You get round to true learning when you give up every preconceived notion and befriend uncertainty.
Effective leaders get at the idea of the oneness of all life.
You calibrate your creativity downwards when you avoid the risk of doing or saying something wrong.
Progress gets by, through making mistakes.
When you get down to taking risks, you invite growth. Leading people to grow entails getting them to make decisions and to make mistakes.