While some might argue that showing emotion is a sign of weakness, emotional wellness coach Miles Adcox says that doing so actually makes you stronger—and twice as effective as a leader. Not to mention, stifling your emotions kills your creativity, can have serious health consequences (think anxiety and depression for starters), and often leads to burnout. Tune in as Miles shares how to become emotionally fit to prevent all that. Also joining us is North Point Community Church lead pastor Clay Scroggins, who breaks down four simple but powerful habits to create much-needed clarity in this age of distraction.
Clay's book: How to Lead in a World of Distraction
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