Being in a place that no one owns

There is something about the sea, I can’t be away from it too long. It’s like the old Masefield poem [Sea Fever, which begins ‘I must go down to the seas again’].

It’s to do with the fact no one owns it. And if you get out of the sight of land, something happens.

via The Observer Interview.

By Richard Brisebois

I help companies develop their leaders. I help managers develop themselves and their teams.
Richard Brisebois is a leadership development professional who has worked with 7,000+ managers, leaders, and business owners in 40+ countries, from Fortune50 executives to SME business owners and tribal leaders. He specializes in designing and facilitating leadership development programs as well in team coaching.

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