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Why daydreaming is a vital skill for leaders


Posted on: Monday 29, April 2019

Firstly, Daydreaming is the stream of consciousness that detaches from current external tasks when attention drifts to a more personal and internal direction. Thus, the potential benefits are the skills of internal reflection developed in daydreaming to connect emotionally to working and life experience with personal meaning.

 

Secondly, to get going, I propose that every leadership team needs to spend time daydreaming; that spending time out to do the vision thing is an essential leadership quality. It will help you build a high-performance team, look to your future, and grow your business.

 

Daydreaming gives you as a leadership team a shot-in-the-arm boosting up your future business. 

 

Today’s daydream may very well become tomorrow’s reality!

 

Many famous people daydreamed such as: Einstein, Eddison, Henry Ford, Graham Bell and many more. 

 

If they can get results from daydreaming, then so can you too!

 

Click here to read on and learn more. Enjoy...

 

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