“My friends in Australia, Chutisa and Steve Bowman, have written many fabulous books, including Conscious Leadership and Prosperity Consciousness. Chutisa and Steve travel around the world and work with the CEOs and boards of directors of companies. Their point of view is that if you can create consciousness at the top, it will flow throughout the company. They have observed that highly successful CEOs make a practise of asking questions. These CEOs never think that they are right or that they have all the answers. Instead, they continually ask questions. A question is an invitation for new possibilities, new information and new points of view. A question allows something else to show up, whereas an answer brings you to a dead stop. An answer says, “That’s it. No thanks. No more.” When questions come from the top end of the business, a flow and a sense of possibility are created for everyone in the business because every person in the company brings something different. What if you recognised that every person in your company or business offered a different perspective based on his or her own awareness? What if you were willing to receive, acknowledge and be grateful for the awareness of each person in your business and the contribution he or she makes? You could also be willing to receive, acknowledge and be grateful for each person in your life and the contribution they are to you. It just might change a few things for you.” Excerpt from The Joy of Business by Simone Milasas.  If being a different kind of business leader is something you’d like to know more about, you can buy The Joy of Business at http://www.accessjoyofbusiness.com/books/books/joy-of-business

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