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Positive Provocations: Why You Should Play the What-if Game

It’s easy to feel held down by everything that is not happening and that is not possible. And when nothing seems possible, then it makes sense to keep on doing nothing. That’s where Positive Provocations come into play. They encourage new ways of looking at situations and plant the seed of what could be. Read More

Wonderful post

Love it! Here's my favorite what if provocation:

What if I'm wrong about _______ ?

And I've actually filled in the blank with "everything" several times and learned a great deal.

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Kathy Cramer, Ph.D. is the author of Lead Positive: What Highly Effective Leaders See, Say, and Do.


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