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S2 E16

The power of being

with Ben Renshaw

17 Nov 2021 11:00 am

It sounds like a play of words that we are human beings and not human doings. And yet, most people are focused on doing things rather than being.

The answer isn't that simple, as I have heard both sides of the argument. Some say that they focus on doing to be something or someone. At the same time, others say that they focus on being someone to do something.

So, in today's episode, Ben and I are talking about the power of being and his new book.

In this episode, we are talking about:

  • Why did you write "The Power of Being?"
  • What about the notion of 'doing something which leads to being something?'
  • What challenges do we face when talking in terms of being versus doing?
  • On adaptability.
  • What is the meaning of connection to you?
  • How is it different than social media connection?
  • About the upcoming book "Love Work." Who is this book for?

Ben Renshaw is one of the foremost leadership thinkers. Speaker, coach, and author, Ben's innovative worth leading organizations, senior executives, and entrepreneurs have brought him international acclaim. Formerly a classical violinist, Ben now plays a different tune getting the best out of people. He writes about leading and being successful in today's volatile world and is the author of ten popular books, including Being, Purpose, LEAD, and SuperCoaching.

Ben's leadership development programs include 'Leading with Purpose,'' Leading Change,' and' Leading Sustainable Growth.' As an executive coach and leadership consultant, Ben has worked with clients like Allen & Overy, Aman Resorts, Barclays, Britvic, BT, Ghirardelli, Heathrow, Heinz, Henley Business School, Imperial Business School, InterContinental Hotels Group, KPMG, London Underground, Mandarin Oriental, M&S, P&G, Sainsbury's, Shiseido, Sky, UBS, Unilever, Virgin Media, and Warner Bros.

Check out his upcoming book "Love Work."

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