A legend left us recently, a pioneer of the sports film industry, Warren Miller. Here is a quick look at his beautiful work story. Who was better than Miller at simply doing what they loved? In the process, he transformed an industry. His passing caught the eye of videographer, Tyler Sirman, who was compelled to tell Miller’s story.
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This video is a candid conversation on leadership, success and my own journey figuring it all out. I cover a topic called, ‘that was the river, this is the sea.” It was foundational to my work on…work.
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At one point or another, we’ve all felt it: sadness. This message is for all who are going through a down time… looking to keep moving forward. The line – wind the clock – is taken from a beautiful letter written by E.B. White. He was responding to someone who was worried about the direction of our human race. I hope you enjoy.
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Questions are the heartbeat to any conversation. Are you asking good questions? Are you asking bad questions? Doesn’t matter.
I recently reflected on my experience studying Tai Chi. I asked a monk a very surface-level question and in return received one of the best responses I’ve heard. Watch as I relive my experience and take away a very important point: it’s okay to ask dumb questions.
That’s just it. Ask dumb questions. I only believe this because it ultimately makes you ask better questions.
Tyler Waye is the President of IN.FORM, a leadership development organization specializing in change management and onboarding. His business can be found at http://bit.ly/InformSeries