3 Ways Smart Leaders Prepare for the Unknown

February 17th, 2012 by LaRae Quy

If we could predict the twists and turns in life, we’d never be confronted with the unknown. But things like cancer, death, or a sudden job loss are often beyond our control—they thrust us into an unknown world with little or no warning.

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Whether we land on our feet, however, is something we can control.

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5 Responses to “3 Ways Smart Leaders Prepare for the Unknown”

  1. “It takes an estimated 10,000 hours to become a master. ” This is interesting. It just shows there are no shortcuts to becoming a “master.” It takes time and constant practice. Thanks for this…new lessons learned again.

    • LaRae Quy says:

      Good point about there being no shortcuts to becoming a master. It leaves me with a sense of accomplishment, though, and respect for others who have taken the time to really become a master at their craft . . . no matter what that craft may be.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. There’s something about curiosity that people should take note of. Not everything in this world is something that you’re supposed to know. If it’s going to be related about your future, then you should go ahead and ask. But if doesn’t involve you directly, it’s best to leave the matter to those who are involved. Overall, the article’s good. Keep up the good work!

  3. This article empowered me to take Genghis Khan on a for a ride and give it a different spin!

    Thank you.

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