June Fifteenth Success Secret – Lau Tzu

June 15, 2017 — Leave a comment

To yield is to preserve the whole.

To be misjudged is to be straightened.

To be hollow is to be filled.

To be battered is to be renewed.

To be in need is to possess.

To be abundant is to be confused.

Therefore, the saint embraces the “Oneness” as a standard for the world.

The wise one is not prejudiced, hence he is enlightened.

The wise one is not self-opinioned, hence he is outstanding.

The wise one does not boast of himself, hence he shall receive the credit.

The wise one does not praise his own deeds, hence can long endure.

Because the wise one does not conflict with others and therefore the world cannot contend against him.

It is not true as the ancients say, “To yield is to

~ Lau Tzu, Tao Te Ching

Dave Leingang

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Dave Leingang retired from the United States Navy in 2003 with twenty one years of service. After retiring he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and a Master’s Degree in Strategic Leadership from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND. A lifelong learner and always looking for a challenge he became a John Maxwell Team Founding Partner in 2011. Dave’s been facilitating leadership classes and mastermind groups to businesses and non-profits for over ten years in both traditional and distant learning classroom.

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