In Sunday’s NYTimes’ Corner Office by Adam Bryant, Tony Tjan, Founder and CEO of Cue Ball, a Venture Capital Firm in Boston offers extraordinarily valuable insights.
I thought his most poignant point, in talking about the dot-com buts of 2000 was that “…self-awareness trumps all. You need to know what your superhero strength is, but you really learn at tougher times what your and others’ weaknesses are.”
His point is like that Hallmark Card that says something like people are like tea bags. You never really know them until you put them in hot water.
What does it take to have a level of resiliency that allows us to bounce back from setbacks and obstacles? What kinds of self-management tools do we need to practice consistently so that when an obstacle arises we can easily circumvent it?
A key self-management tool for many of us is Strategic Think Time. I’d encourage you today to give yourself this gift to read and reflect on this piece. Here’s the link: http://nyti.ms/YOzNGN