On Leadership and Becoming our “Yes-es”

On Leadership and Becoming our “Yes-es”

Topic:Leadership, Philosophy
Posted on:Jul 07 2017
Captured by:Flint M

Each time we say “yes,” we are engaged in the predication of our subject (being). “Yes” indicates something about our ontology, in that it actualizes a potential. The further we follow this logic, the easier it is to realize, we become our “yes-es.” As I have said before, “Our ‘no-s’ shape our person, but our ‘yes-es’ form our core.”


1 Comment

  1. James Mills says:

    Do our "yes’es" form our reality, or do they reveal it?

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