What Great Leaders Can Learn from Great Photographers

Harvard Business Review

Sam Abell falls into the latter camp of truly reflective practitioners. Abell has figured out that the way to get a great photograph is not to take it but to make it. The key, Abell learned, is not to chase its unfurling arc: “Let the rope come to you.” ” Photographer Sam Abell’s patience led to this image of a sailor tossing a rope. Photo Credit: Sam Abell.

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You’re Never Going to Be “Caught Up” at Work. Stop Feeling Guilty About It.

Harvard Business Review

Mark Rylance plays the spy Rudolf Abel. Emotional intelligence Stress Productivity Digital ArticleValerio Gualandi/EyeEm/Getty Images. Most people I know have a to-do list so long that it’s not clear that there’s an end to it. Some tasks, even quite important ones, linger unfinished for a long time, and it’s easy to start feeling guilty or ashamed about what you have not yet completed.

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