A Broken Heart – Prelude to a New Life

Artist Manuel Vasquez Cruz in Oaxaca Mexico poignant sculpture after he had a heartbreaking experience.

The new person emerges from the old as a result of the painful experience. He lovingly cradles his heart in his hand as he undergoes his metamorphosis.

Most of the productive change in our lives grows out of deeply painful experiences.

A picture is worth a 1000 words.

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(Photograph by Kristine MacKain)

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About cedricj

I am a licensed psychologist and management consultant and have always been intrigued by how leaders can inspire people in their organizations. The bottom line is that people are not always motivated by material rewards, the use of the carrot or the stick, fear and intimidation,and command and control, Five human needs inspire and drive us. Kristine S MacKain, Ph.D and myself describe these inspirational forces in our book "What Inspirational Leaders Do" (Kindle 2008)
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3 Responses to A Broken Heart – Prelude to a New Life

  1. What a beautiful work of art, and expression of how we can be transformed by pain. It makes the joy so much sweeter when it appears, as it always does! Thanks, Cedric.

  2. Selene says:

    Good info. Lucky me I discovered your website by accident (stumbleupon).
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