click here I’ve always wondered how coincidences happen in our lives – people we cross paths with, getting a call or message from someone we just remembered or thought about, events that occur, unforeseen opportunities and challenges that seem to appear….
site de rencontre 13-15 ans Dr. Wayne Dyer wrote, “the word coincidence describes that which fits together perfectly”.
http://kopuamonastery.org.nz/felmor/6468 Meeting Nokia was a coincidence that grew to be a core part of my life for many years and still continues in some form.
http://milehiproperty.com/?ki0oss=How-does-home-sharing-work-on-mac&058=df What meaning have I found from Nokia experiences?
go I learned how life can be unpredictable, uncertain and tough and, how quickly an organization can go from being the undisputed king to the emergency ward. I saw how all that could impact and change lives in many different ways. The important stewardship role that leadership plays became unquestionable.
flirter аТ 50 ans I learned the value of humility especially during successful times, and the connection between personal humility and intellectual humility. I could be humble at a personal level but success could still bring in a sense of intellectual arrogance and lack of openness to alternate or critical views.
enter I learned how our core values and principles can be tested when we are on a highly unpredictable edge – how goodness can still exist during very difficult times and how on the other side, pessimism, protectionism and self-promotion can creep in. And, that I do have a choice.
click I learned the importance of not using the same strategy or approach across the board.
https://dunkl.co.at/deposti/12822 I learned how challenges could bring forth complicated decision points and still help me figure out what’s truly important in life.
I learned to look beyond valuing myself with the job title or role and not to get carried away, during good and tough times.
I learned the importance of trusting myself, finding own voice, path, and meaning that will outlive jobs or organizations.
I learned about the importance of continuously challenging myself and growing before someone or something else forced me to change.
I learned the importance of not feeling frustrated or powerless when my voice seems unheard, accept the things that I cannot change or influence, focus on the ones I can and to move forward.
I learned to be more empathetic to others who may be going through difficult times and not to jump to conclusions or judgments.
The Nokia I knew had a beautiful soul. Bad things can happen to good people and good companies. As time proves, we can all find a way to bounce back strongly.
One never knows where or when our paths may cross again. Staying open to coincidences… 🙂