“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with Spring” George Santayana
I spent most of this week in Ireland teaching at UCD Smurfit Business School and then running a corporate event at Croke Park. This week’s video is from Croke park – you can see in the background they are getting set up for the Rolling Stones concert.
If you are only happy in spring, you’ve limited your state of wellbeing to less than 25% of life. Life comes with seasons. It is best to learn to take the best from each of these seasons.
My dad often said “A leader should never waste a good crisis”. The winter is when you can get people to change their habits. When a company is growing and all is going well, you won’t get change easily. When the company is struggling, competition is fierce, the winds are howling… people are hungry for changes.
Often the roots of new success are planted during the winter moments of our lives.