“The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.” – Ronald Reagan
I recall how as a three-year-old, I would stand outside and gaze up at the night sky, holding onto my father’s hand.
In the realms of leadership, education, and entrepreneurship, the term “good stress” is often paraded around as a badge of honour. It’s as if stress, in some magical way, has been the secret sauce to success, the fuel that propels us toward our goals.
We often hear the phrase ‘risky business’ yet unless we possess the courage to embrace the prospect of failure while venturing into uncharted territory, our capacity to lead our teams towards triumph remains restricted.
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