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A Quote by Sherrilene on living, passion, and emotion

Passion isn't just acceptable to the living, it IS a necessity for the truly living person.

Sherrilene

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A Quote by Bill George on emotion, intellience, leadership, and emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence also matters. As Dick Kovacevich of Wells Fargo says, “Above the 99th percentile of intelligence, there is an inverse correlation between leadership and intelligence.” In other words, many exceptionally intelligent leaders try to be the smartest person in the room and impose their views. They don’t get the best out of their people. Leadership is about much more than IQ, and requires you to develop yourself through the mosaic of all your experiences.

Bill George

Source: The Thought Leader Interview: Bill George: http://www.strategy-business.com/press/article/07409

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A Quote by Patrick Jasper Lee on survival, emotional, earth, teacher, gypsy, roma, and emotion

I was encouraged from the beginning to see the Earth as the best teacher and in addition was taught the old Gypsy arts of surviving the gaujo [non-Gypsy] world, much of which involved surviving the world outside your door emotionally.

Patrick Lee

Source: We Borrow the Earth : An Intimate Portrait of the Gypsy Shamanic Tradition and Culture, Pages: 16

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A Quote by A. on emotion, management, business, leadership, and self esteem

In every situation, you must lead with your real self, because if you're going to be on the leading edge of management, you sometimes must be on the emotional edge as well.

James Autry

Source: Love and Profit: The Art of Caring Leadership, Pages: 110

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by James A. Autry on emotion, management, leadership, self esteem, and compassion

A few weeks ago, one of the senior managers in my group told me about a very difficult critique session he'd had with one of his women employees. He had hired her, with great expectations of an outstanding performance. Instead, she had not adjusted well to her new job, and her performance was lackluster. An appraisal and perhpas a "caring conftontation" were in order. When he told her she was not doing the job well enough, she began to cry. She knew, she said, she was letting him down, and her own disappointment in herself embarrassed her. Thus she cried. "What did you do?" I asked. "What could I do? I felt terrible. I cried too," he said, and I couldn't help thinking about the big-time management consultant and his box of Kleenex. In my view, that manager demonstrated two things: He cared enough about the work that he was willing to confront someone he had a special interest in, and he cared enough about her to be hurt that she was upset. But let me make something clear: *I'm not talking about management for and by the wimps.* In fact, I am talking about the most difficult management there is, a management without emotional hiding places. You just can no longer be the tough guy, and you also can't come on as the impassive, icewater-in-the-veins "cool head." On the other hand, the kindly parent who listens-and-understands-but-does-nothing approach also won't work. No, in every situation, you must lead with your real self, because if you're going to be on the leading edge of management, you sometimes must be on the emotional edge as well.

James Autry

Source: Love and Profit: The Art of Caring Leadership, Pages: 110

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by ravi on love, mystery, nature, and emotion

Love is not an emotion, it is your very nature. Learn to live in the mystery.

ravi shankar

Source: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Contributed by: Bret

A Quote by Walter Russell on knowledge, intuition, empirical, know, senses, emotion, intuitive, unity, and god

When our knowing exceeds our sensing, we will no longer be deceived by the illusions of our senses.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Ellen Lieberman Weil on strength, power, feel, peace, joy, passion, and emotion

Feel me.  I am strong and fierce, yet I am soft and gentle.  I have much power, yet I am peaceful and loving.  I can defend myself, yet I remain kind and giving.  Feel who I am.  I have much joy and passion, yet I am not dramatic.  I do not indulge in negative emotions. 

Ellen Weil

Source: Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Soul

Contributed by: Faeriemomma

A Quote by Chuang Chou, a.k.a. Chuang Tzu, Chuang Tse Chuang on tao, senses, emotion, and five aggregates

There is danger for the eye in seeing too clearly, danger for the ear in hearing too sharply and danger to the heart from caring too greatly.

Chuang Tzu (c.360 BC - c. 275 BC)

Source: The Book of Chuang Tzu (Arkana S.), Pages: 222

Contributed by: Jessica

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