What We All Need to Hear to Stop Freaking out and Start Moving in the Right Direction

Aga Bajer

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I was ten when the martial law was introduced in Poland.

Suddenly, there were tanks in the streets and members of the Polish opposition movement, Solidarity, got arrested and thrown into jail without a trial.

The mass media, public services, healthcare, power stations, coal mines, seaports, railway stations, and most key factories were placed under military management.

My parents were told in no uncertain terms that they would either follow military orders or face a court-martial. It was a really dark time.

But for me, as a kid, the worst part about the martial law was the sudden lack of mail.

A window into a better world

Mail had been a major highlight throughout my childhood. There was no doubt in my mind that we got the…

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Aga Bajer

I write about how to unlock the power of your company culture. Founder of CultureBrained™️+ The CultureLab Podcast Host — agabajer.com/podcast