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The Power of Being in Your Flow

Leaders often face pressure to consistently perform at optimal levels even during times of continuous change. If a leader loves what they are doing, they will be fully engaged or in 'flow,' which can lead to great achievements. When a leader does not enjoy what they are doing or feel a high level of stress, they struggle to avoid burnout.

It is important for leaders to design and live a life that includes working and taking time for self-care. This way, they can keep up their energy and drive without risking their health, making their leadership journey more sustainable and successful.

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