Resilience

Posted in Leadership
by Tony Schwartz

Rather Than Fight or Flight Take Responsibility

I was in a large meeting at my company, sharing an idea that had occurred to me, when one of my younger colleagues raised her hand and jumped...

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

The Importance of Naming Your Emotions

“How are you feeling?” Those are the four deceptively simple words with which my colleagues and I regularly begin our meetings and our training sessions at other organizations....

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

Care is the X Factor at Work

Earlier this week, a midlevel employee at a company I work with got on a plane at his own expense, prompted by a decision that he felt had...

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

If You Feel Compelled to Do Something, Don’t

For a week, I kept notes about two different columns I was thinking of writing. When I finally sat down to try to write the first one, the...

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Posted in Performance
by Tony Schwartz

How Interval Training Can Make You Incredibly Efficient...

As a runner, I’ve spent most of my adult life training aerobically, meaning I run for extended periods of time – 30 to 60 minutes – at a...

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Posted in Awareness
by Tony Schwartz

Who We Are and What We Do

Organizations usually seek out consultants when they have a goal and need help with a strategy and roadmap to achieve it. By contrast, The Energy Project engages with...

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