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READINESS: Marshall Goldsmith says people fail to plan for improbable events. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Make the call for lasting change

Best-selling leadership coach and author Marshall Goldsmith was in Perth this week, and his advice was simple yet challenging.

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Great article Charlie, thanks for sharing this. My observation is that, sadly, very few of us either take the time or have the opportunity for genuine self reflection and improvement and yet, as Marshall says so well, it is such an important way for individuals to improve themselves in so many ways. Our lives are often full of "make busy" work, the immediate, though often low priority, generally overwhelms the longer term, greater value things. Many don't have access to the tools, skills and individuals that can guide them through their reflective learning and, as a society, we seem to place little to no value on self improvement, particularly at the personal level. The more we have people like Marshall challenging us to think more deeply about how and why we do things and see our place in the world the better we will all be.

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