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From Smart to Wise: Acting and Leading with Wisdom by Navi Radjou, Prasad Kaipa

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Conclusion

Our perspective or worldview is based on the sum total of our knowledge and experiences. It defines us, shaping our thoughts and actions, because it represents the way we see ourselves and situations, how we judge the relative importance of things, and how we establish a meaningful relationship with everything around us. If you primarily operate in the blue zone, your perspective can skew toward being too narrowly focused; if you mostly operate in the red zone, your perspective may become too self-centered. Once you remove the perceptual filters and step out of the blue or red zone, you have an opportunity to shift your perspective.

A wise leadership perspective is oriented toward one’s North Star, which represents one’s noble purpose. ...

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