Stability Before Mobility

Shar McBee
October 09, 2017

Shar McBee

Leadership with a Twist of Yoga
  • If you ask for something before you have established relations, you will not get it.
  • If you are unbalanced, others will not cooperate.
  • If you are agitated, others will not follow you.

Yoga sunset

To be a good leader:

  1. Be solid before you make a move.
  2. Compose your mind before you speak.
  3. Don’t waiver in your values, or you will lose support from those who could help you.

“Leadership Training with a Yoga Twist” This new leadership training is designed for techies and millennials.

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