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Flowing Power

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Your Powers

Who are your "powers"? Who do you depend on for your success? Certainly your boss, but also your customers, colleagues, advisors, leaders of other groups you belong to, influential friends or others.

 

Everyone depends on others for their power. Bosses depend on their staff. Fathers and children depend on mothers. Young politicians depend on senior politicians as well as voters and financial contributors.

 

Make a list of those who you depend on for your success. People who can help you or hurt you. These are your "powers."

 

Now examine how you treat these powers. Do you build them up or drag them down? Do you make them more powerful or less powerful. Do you give them ease or give them stress?

 

How you treat people on whose power you depend may have more to do with your success than you realize.

 

Pushing Power

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