Success is the sum of preparation
Two Polar Energies
In Chinese philosophy, the Tao is the "way" – a path to
Yin and Yang are
the two polar energies that, by their fluctuation and interaction, are the
cause of the universe. The notion means that the reality consists of
relationships between opposite and opposite principles. Yin and yang are
polar manifestations of the Tao of the supreme ultimate. The One is divided
through the creative powers of the Tao into two opposite energetics and
dualities, which then give birth to "the ten thousand things".
Being In Accord With Reality
The Tao helps you achieve much more with much
less effort. This effortless skill comes from being in accord with reality.
You can't tell the singer from the song. You can't tell the dancer from the
dance. When you are in harmony with the Tao, when you go with its current
of energy, your innate intelligence takes over, and the right action happens
by itself. If you think about it, you lose it. This is the purest and
most effective form of action that Tao Te Ching calls "not-doing" or
The Tao teaches you the art of living and doing
business. It gives you advice that imparts perspective and
balance. It applies equally well to
management of large corporations or the running of a small business, to the
governing of a nation or the leading a small team, to
your personal development
or to the
coaching of others.
The Tao of Leadership
Yin: anticipating change; creating an adaptive
organization; and adapting to change.
Yang: being different, creating change and changing the
name of the game.
The Tao of Change Management