Anxious for Nothing

creativity_and_workplace-222x198Every person in your organization is affected by the social interactive energy field.  Positively or negatively, they are amplifying the waves of social energy resonating through your organization.  Anxiety, generated by unmet needs, is interfering with your organization’s ability to “optimize the human experience.”

To optimize the human experience (the employee experience, the community experience, the customer experience) you need ideas, strategy, wisdom, insight, revelation…genius.  I define genius as:  The incarnation of the spirit of genesis.   No one is a genius.  You are not a genius.  Everyone can access genius – unless they’re anxious.

Anxiety is interfering with your organization’s genius.

Anxiety is interfering with your ability to “mine” the infinitely abundant ideas, strategy, wisdom, insight, and revelation resonating through the social interactive energy field of your organization.

As a leader, it is up to you to create a culture of abundance, generosity, and caring.  It is up to you to reduce the anxiety and thereby create space in the social interactive energy field for fostering and nurturing genius.

“How, do I do this?” you might ask.

You need to access genius.

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”  – Philippians 4:6

Let me be clear – I am not suggesting that you pray and ask God to fix the economy.  I don’t think God trespasses into our economy.  Likewise, I’m not suggesting that you pray and ask God to increase your sales.  I have yet to experience God in this way.  I am not suggesting that you ask God to reduce your employees’ anxiety.  I believe that’s your job.

I am suggesting that all of the ideas, revelation, wisdom, and strategy you need to optimize the human experience for all of your stakeholders exists in God, and are available to those who seek/request them.

Now would be a good time to take another look at the diagram in yesterday’s post.

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