"Nowadays I meet very few people who, on a regular base, daydream about
the future. In this I absolutely agree with Cees Zwart that daydreaming
should be re-invented and re-introduced in Management Development."
I am just so thrilled to read this. Having worked with the psychological
background of physical illness for many years, I understand daydreaming to
be one of best activities one can undertake to preserve one's health. It
not only reduces stress and forwards detachement, but also is the fertile
ground on which creative processes can happen.
"Max Schupbach" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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