from Koestenbaum’s Weekly Leadership Thought, September 5, 2016

“In practice, to be time rather than to live in time means to find your meanings: What can you do that no one else can (such as fulfilling the expectations of a specific loyalty or relationship, or performing one specific task for which you have superior skills)? Listen to your unconscious, and ask yourself what acts of courage are still required of you before you can die with dignity and honor.”

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