Sacred Space

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Today on the podcast, Sean talks about the concept of setting aside a space that is separate from work.
This concept comes from the book Sean is reading with the Peer Group 2 leaders, called The Softer Side of Leadership by Eugene B. Habecker. In the book the author suggests setting aside a space that is set aside, like the Sabbath, that is not for work. He went on to suggest that you are also creating this space for people that follow you. Do you do this with your volunteers or partners, do you send out a text or phone call during a day off? When you are in that space you are able to think deeper. Find some times when you can set aside sacred space for not only yourself but also those around you.
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