Confucius, Einstein and Dory the Fish

Movement.  It is good for the body.   Movement is good for the soul too. 

Not moving and stillness are not the same.  Not moving is stagnation and will lead to decay.  With stillness we are centered and aware of the present.  Out of stillness we build energy to move in the direction of our dreams, wants, and ambitions.    

Leaders are aware of their own movement and assure others move forward as well.  Our success comes from moving together to create and accomplish more.    Leaders need to react to the feeling that the team is not moving forward and is stagnate. 

Enough of my thoughts for today … let’s hear from three great thinkers on the importance of movement: Confucius, Einstein, and of course, Dory the Fish.

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop. 

Confucius

 Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.

Albert Einstein

 

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