Jun 22, 2021
In this episode you’re going to learn how to turn 7 days a week into 8. First, our thought leader of the day is Marilyn Paul, a true ‘systems’ thinker. From projects for WHO to others like cutting down on waste, Marilyn applies her world-class way of finding and applying solutions. She has been on the faculty of Yale Medical School, appeared on Discovery, and is the author of, It’s Hard to Make a Difference When You Can’t Find Your Keys, one of my favorite titles ever! Marilyn’s mission is to help people who struggle with the overwhelm and disorganization of life to live more smoothly and less chaotic.
Listen to Marilyn today and learn how to be a systems thinker that can develop a system of rest.
[00:01 - 05:47] Opening Segment
[05:48 - 21:08] Develop a System of Rest
[21:09 - 36:02] The Thought Process of Stoicism
[36:03 - 43:03] Becoming the Observer
[43:04 - 54:34] Systems Thinking and Solving the Problem of Waste
[54:35- 59:50] Closing Segment
“We all can think systematically… it’s a practice, it’s a discipline, about patiently waiting for patterns, rather than jumping to obvious solutions.” - Marilyn Paul Ph.D
“If people only knew how powerful it is to have rest… Not doing things is vital for being able to do things well.” - Marilyn Paul Ph.D
“I get more done, when I’m centered and rested.” - Marilyn Paul Ph.D
Connect with Marilyn on LinkedIn. Check out https://marilynpaul.com/ and learn more about “living and working wisely in a turbulent world!” Don’t miss out on everything happening on https://bridgewaypartners.com/ - changing systems that change the world.
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