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Peter pregnant at sunset you're watching.
The US open and I'm not say you weren't impressed by -- now when you want drastically you may well today his energy and his.
Athleticism yeah I love this guy and NI a what what really struck me now I don't watch a lot of sports.
So I don't you know maybe this happens all the time and -- -- understand that it it often happens in tennis.
What he laid down on the court face down -- yeah like that's the moment you became a hero that really captured me.
Because you know we all feel like that at various times in recent -- put down -- we hold literate.
You know -- hold it and and and that you know he's been playing for hours and he's got all his energy and this is like you know the penultimate moment and everything he's been working on.
You know for years and years and years leading up to -- and plus there's the story has me and he was out last year.
There's a lot of emotion involved.
And what it takes wouldn't know that millions of people are watching you to still be able to lie face down and -- to me is an example for all of us.
Which is that you know we we were emotional beings.
Like -- -- much as we wanna contain ourselves much of a wannabe superhero but we're emotional beings -- EEL cannot lay down and -- mean he can't.
Where she can bite you know I think so it's -- I think probably as CEO would be well advised not to lie flat.
Hey are on the floor of the conference room.
Hands you know over the had something that's probably not a big.
But I also think that weren't you know in in in even more subtle ways.
Were often CEOs.
Many people are often so resistant to showing emotion to showing disappointment to showing excitement to generate.
-- and I think that hurts us I mean I think that hurts us as human beings and I think it also hurts us you know organizationally which is that.
When you don't do that right when you don't feel free -- your motion that way.
Then my other question and this is connected I believe is where our our epic -- Right where those times when you like.
Really taking a risk and really working for something -- you know you've been destroyed if you lost it and you might lose it you're right within an area that -- here.
And you -- it you jump for joy they're excited and your bank and and that's like the -- wins that work because we're taking risks because.
You know we recognize that's the fun of the game so what we're doing -- to their reaction to the epic losses.
You know I think it's okay to be crushed.
It's OK to sit there going you know I -- that -- and it worked so hard at it.
And and to really be crushed its.
OK to have a motion to -- -- it's -- to -- It's okay to clean unemployment sit next panel plane at five cents thinking about the -- are crying yeah I was younger people -- -- oxide but you know.
-- bring up another good point which is it's not just I'm not just speaking to.
The people who are having the emotion it's the rest of us were sitting next to someone at the -- is having emotion.
Do we know how to handle it -- right that it's it's OK it is that there was someone having an emotion.
And and just to be with them to not necessarily say anything we don't have to hide -- pretend you don't see it -- -- like just.
That's good news in -- The reactions that can -- paid inspire other people yeah are you just watch the Disney movie and Willie has finally been -- -- you're so excited and and you start to cry because it's emotional.
I mean whatever it is where we we need to embrace those feelings opens up the possibility to perform.
In my view -- a completely different way.
But when we restrain our feelings that we were straight our performance because.
Feeling of motion.
Expression is very much a part of what performances about which is what I loved what Nadal dead.
You know in in the tournament.
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