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In today´s complex and highly dynamic world many people rush from one meeting to another, they chase task after task, and try to find ways to squeeze as much as possible into their diaries.
They do not stop often enough, they do not take a break, and they do not think. Great leaders, however, are regularly allocating a lot of time to think and reflect. Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates for example take even "think weeks“ or "think days“ every year which consist of walking, meditation, reading, and healthy eating.

You might be tempted to argue that you don´t have enough time to think, because you are so busy and so important. In this case, please allow me to refer to Warren Buffett, the world´s most successful investor, who by his own estimate has spent 80% of his time reading and thinking.

Clearly, if he can carve out enough time to enjoy the privilege to think, you can do so, too. Find out in this engaging presentation what some proven approaches and techniques are.

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