Quote by Vivian Greene: “Life isnt about waiting for the storm to pass....”
Life Isnt About Waiting For The Storm To Pass
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Vivian Greene — 'Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass It's about learning to dance in the rain.'.
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Why is it that kids seem to get the idea, and adults shy away from doing it? What does that mean? This quote is about living our lives, not simply waiting around for a good time to start. Too many people wait for the right moment before starting to live their life. The quote starts by saying what life is not.
Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, drink or use drugs when stressed; I write. Living in this world today, we will experience different storms such as downpour, rainstorms, windstorms, or thunderstorms, and at times we might even face tornadoes, resulting in cyclones, which mean notable disasters. Nonetheless, we must not be defeated, but conscious of the fact that there will always be a possibility of us clashing with different battles and at times they will turn into a significant twister.
As the first big storms arrive I reflect on the relevance of the quote to leadership and the turbulent challenging world we live in. Consider the consequences of focusing your attention on fighting the storm, solving challenges and problems waiting for the weather to improve. Storms are always occurring somewhere and NHS leaders are faced every day with some form of turbulence to be managed and challenges or problems to be solved. The problem is that working in challenging times can mean we fail to take time to consider our own development needs — development that enables us to become more effective leaders. So, how do you react to turbulence? Immersed in the day-to-day pressures of working life often means that leaders put their personal development on the back-burner; they forget that taking time to get to know themselves better, to become more self-aware and to ask for feedback to create understanding about the impact of their leadership behaviours creates opportunities to develop the skills to drive change and sustain performance during turbulence. Putting our personal development into the pending tray sends a message to others that we will wait for the storm to pass — but what happens if the storm never passes?