The Wisdom of Success and Happiness

On my way to the office, I was reading Wisdom: From Philosophy to Neuroscience by Stephen S. Hall, a fascinating book offering both a complex and reductionist view of the subject. Some of Mr. Hall’s thoughts I agree with and others I do not. That said, one thing in the book really stuck with me: while wisdom is based on knowledge, capacity, and experience, how we reframe what we think, see, and feel creates greater levels of wisdom.

The ability to reframe stems from a commitment to self-awareness which expands and refines perspective – totally makes sense and this continuing mindfulness can give you an edge personally and professionally. I’m on board. Join me.

Have a great Wednesday,
Anita

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