Why Capital Hill and the White House Could Use a Radical Sabbatical
Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA –The federal government teeters on the brink of a shutdown prompted by resolute House Republicans tying Obamacare-delaying provisions to budget bills. Now, more than ever, it is important to look ahead and explore the benefits that might come of such an event.
“The Clinton-Gingrich ‘90s debt standoff, Martha Stewart’s and Britney Spears’ personal crises, and forced sabbaticals by athletes like Rafael Nadal and Peyton Manning prompt everyone to assume the worst, initially,” says Laura Berger, co-author of Radical Sabbatical and executive coach to Fortune 500 leaders, “but often turn out the opposite.”
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“This is clearly a moment to be embraced by our president, who has struggled for traction on Capitol Hill recently,” Berger said. “To the public’s appetite for justification and motives, Obama could feed the bi-partisan-backed Simpson-Bowles cuts to diminish his big-government stereotype from some. Bill Clinton emerged from the last crisis reaffirming his position as a low-spending Democrat.”
Berger recently published a blog on psychologytoday.com titled The Greatest Mantra for Success touting the life philosophy of “forward progress only.” “In our own lives and corporations, we should also remember that moments of crisis interrupt perpetual cycles and habitual rhythms that we often don’t acknowledge because they are so ingrained.”
Radical Sabbatical has been described as an Eat Pray Love meets The Hangover and is available on Amazon.com. Berdéo Group helps executives and leaders take their companies from ordinary to extraordinary by showing them how to tap into the power of their imagination and purpose.
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