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Étiquette : confiance en soi

Insight #96

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Salvador DALI – Anges et trompettes, 1950 – Aquarelle et encre sur carton, 51 x 76 cm

 

« Si je me débarrassais de mes démons, je perdrais mes anges. »

“If I got rid of my demons, I’d lose my angels.

― Tennessee Williams

 

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Insight #95

John LATAM – Ben, 1966 – Encre et huile sur toile, 66 x 86 cm

 

« Tout est bruit pour qui a peur. »

“To him who is in fear everything rustles.

― Sophocle

 

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Insight #92

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Abiodun OLAKU – Heavenly Steps, 1995 – Huile sur toile, 84.25 x 68cm

 

« La raison pour laquelle je me parle à moi-même est parce que je suis le seul dont j’accepte les réponses. »

“The reason I talk to myself is because I’m the only one whose answers I accept.

― George Carlin

 

 

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Insight #73

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Bernard BUFFET – Vingt mille lieues sous les mers – Le poulpe géant, 1989 – Huile sur toile, 233 x 309 cm

 

“Ne soyez pas effrayé; notre destin ne peut nous être enlevé; c’est un cadeau.

“Do not be afraid; our fate cannot be taken from us; it is a gift.”

― Dante Alighieri

 

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Insight #51

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Leonor FINI – Ea, 1978 – Huile sur toile, 115 x 81cm

 

“Aime l’art en toi, et non pas toi-même dans l’art.”

“Love art in yourself, and not yourself in art.”

― Konstantin Stanislavski

 

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Money, money, money… how not losing face if your proposal is rejected

Andy WARHOL – Dollar Sign, 1982 – Acrylique et encre à sérigraphie sur toile, 25,4 x 20,3 cm.

 

Judith White, Visiting Associate Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, proposes a very simple way to avoid having this painful feeling of being ashamed or even losing face when the outcome of a salary negociation is not as positive as expected (litotes intended).

She observed such emotions happen when proposals reflect the personal value or worth of the requester. Such connection is so strong that fear of losing face even motivates people to avoid a negotiation.

To overcome such a fear, she suggests to reframe the negotiation. Instead of visualising the drama that would happen in case of having a request denied, a solution is to think about how good would be the feeling coming from the fact that the conversation has been initiated. With other words, focus on the intention and the process, not on the outcome. Somehow, it’s a way to develop self-confidence, taking distance from others’ perception.

In any case, I would advise to systematically reflect on your emotions… and to accept them. Beyond that, look for learnings and unexpected benefits or convert emotions such as fear or stress into an opportunity to leverage your network for a centered leadership.

 

Source: hbr.org, mckinsey.com, mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu

 

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Insight #46

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William TURNER – Sunrise with Sea Monsters, circa 1845 – Huile sur toile, 91.5 × 122 cm

 

“Impose ta chance, serre ton bonheur et va vers ton risque.  A te regarder, ils s’habitueront.”

“Impose your chance, hold tight to your happiness and go towards your risk. Looking your way, they’ll follow.”

― René Char

 

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Insight #42

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Henri Le Sidaner – La tonnelle, 1902 – Huile sur toile, 54.6 x 73.6 cm

 

“Ce qui s’étend derrière nous et ce qui s’étend devant nous sont peu de choses en comparaison avec ce qui se trouve en nous.”

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

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Insight #37

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“Chaque matin nous renaissons. C’est ce que nous faisons aujourd’hui qui importe le plus.”

“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.”

― Jack Kornfield. “The Buddha’s Little Instruction Book”

 

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