Think of "hinge moments," the subject of Taylor University
President Michael Lindsay's recent book, as cousins to crucible
experiences. Lindsay has discovered in interviews with some of
today’s greatest leaders that how we react to those moments in life
when doors either open or close – hence the hinge metaphor –
determines how successful we’ll be in charting our course to a life
of significance. The key, he says, is keeping our metaphorical
hinges in good working order.
To order Warwick Fairfax's book -- CRUCIBLE LEADERSHIP: EMBRACE
YOUR TRIALS TO LEAD A LIFE OF SIGNIFICANCE -- and explore other
resources, visit www.crucibleleadership.com
About the Podcast
You are more than your failures and setbacks. We share stories of leaders who have moved beyond life’s most difficult moments to lead lives of significance, and insights on how you can do the same. Hosted by Warwick Fairfax.