Bitesize: The power of personal responsibility
"With discipline, people don't need rules"
One of the best books I have read during the four years I have been recording this podcast is Legacy by James Kerr: about the strategies, attitudes and lessons that have enabled the New Zealand All Blacks to the most successful team in sporting history.
In this episode James is talking about the power of giving people responsibility, and the example he starts off with is about a community in London ravaged by gang crime that managed to create a sense of purpose, belonging, teamwork and personal responsibility. He goes on to explain how taking personal responsibility in our own life - by doing the right thing on a difficult day and acknowledging that the habits we have is the life we live - can have a profound effect in all areas of life.
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