Leadership lessons from a sweaty yoga session

11/30/2012 | EblinGroup.com/Next Level Blog

Hot yoga, in which the studio is heated to 96 degrees and humidified to about 50%, isn't particularly comfortable and there's always a temptation to cut out early, writes Scott Eblin. Still, Eblin writes, it's only by staying in the room when the going gets tough that you learn about yourself and are able to make progress. "Whether it's a 96 degree yoga classroom, a conference room where you're hashing it out or a job that just got a lot harder, your life as a leader will regularly present choice points on whether or not you stay in the room," Eblin writes.

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