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Marshall Goldsmith Explains the Power of Asking for Help

North Korea is suffering from the Covid pandemic, but is reluctant to ask for help, even as South Korea has offered to provide it with vaccines. Marshall Goldsmith talks about the importance of asking others for help.

Marshall Goldsmith Explains the Power of Asking for Help
Marshall Goldsmith Explains the Power of Asking for Help

Nashville, TN (Newsworthy.ai) Tuesday Jul 12, 2022 @ 7:00 AM Pacific —

In a blog post about the importance of not going it alone, adapted from his new book The Earned Life, the renowned leadership expert and bestselling author Marshall Goldsmith talks about the importance of asking others to help you.

Goldsmith writes: “Before you reject the idea of asking others to help you, consider this: If you are willing to help anyone who asks for your help without thinking ill of them, why would you worry that other people won’t be as generous and forgiving when you’re the one seeking help? The Golden Rule, by definition, works both ways, never more so than when help is on the table. An even more meaningful question: How have you felt when you have helped others? I think we can agree that’s one of the great feelings, right? Why would you deprive others of the same feeling?”

North Korea needs help battling the coronavirus, but doesn’t ask for help. South Korea said it would offer vaccines to assist with a nationwide outbreak of Covid-19 in unvaccinated North Korea, an offer of help by President Yoon Suk-yeol, who took office recently. North Korea has reported 21 deaths and a total of 524,440 people ill. North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un called the outbreak the biggest crisis since the country’s foundation, according to the latest report. President Yoon said Seoul would offer medical aid to North Korea, including vaccines. South Korea will consult with the North about plans to send support, a presidential spokeswoman said.

In The Earned Life Goldsmith uncovers the source of today’s existential crises, including regrets that stem from choices that irrevocably alter our lives, reroute destinies, and haunt our memories. These are particularly timely themes today.

With Goldsmith’s book as a guide, readers can close the gap between what they plan to achieve and what they actually get done—even in a world full of inescapable unfairness and curveballs—and live an earned life that is fulfilling in the long run.

You can read Marshall Goldsmith’s blog here.

About MARSHALL GOLDSMITH

Marshall Goldsmith has been recognized for years as the world’s leading executive coach and the New York Times bestselling author of many books, including What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Mojo, and Triggers. He received his Ph.D. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. In his coaching practice, Goldsmith has advised more than 200 major CEOs and their management teams. He and his wife live in Nashville, Tennessee.

About THE EARNED LIFE

In THE EARNED LIFE (Currency Books), Marshall Goldsmith uncovers the source of today’s existential crisis: regret, the kind stemming from choices that irrevocably alter our lives, reroutes destinies, and haunts our memories—particularly timely themes as the pandemic and Great Resignation inspire people to seek meaning in their lives, get unstuck and make changes. With this book as their guide, readers can close the gap between what they plan to achieve and what they actually get done—even in a world full of inescapable unfairness and curveballs—and live an earned life too fulfilling to dwell on the “what ifs.”

If you’d like more information on Marshall Goldsmith, The Earned Life, and his work, please get in touch with Lyda Goldsmith.

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