From Changing Winds
Today’s post is a bit of a curveball. I’m tying together the ideas from a great You-Tube video and Seth Godin’s newest book, and hopefully at the end you’ll feel inspired and ready to practice your own leadership at work, in your community and at home.
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The commercial storm leaves its path strewn with ruin. When it is over, there is calm, but a dull heavy calm. (Afred Marshall, British economist, 1842-1924)
The Architect writes: This guy in the clip (below) is real. He used to work for Hounslow Council in Chiswick, West London and used to dance past the bookshop my wife worked in. See Phil's commentary, below the clip, once you've watched it, for a serious leadership learning point.
In case your company blocks YouTube at work (the space below will be blank if that is the case) here's a link to just one of the YouTube clips of Ziggy, Chiswick's dancing street cleaner, that you can email to yourself to watch somewhere else.
by Jim Taggart
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