Everyone suffers from anxiety. Anxiety makes leadership interesting, but managing anxiety makes leadership meaningful—for you and for those you lead.
Give yourself a break and spend some more time alone so you can become the leader you are meant to be and have others respect you for who you are.
We all make decisions, that come from our choices, at the end it will be our decisions that make us who we are as leaders.
We’re all capable of being triggered, but it’s the leaders who learn how to control their defensiveness who will accomplish the most.
New leaders always have an opportunity to start out well—they just need to follow the advice of those who have already become great leaders.
If you want to spot a leader easily, don’t look for someone who’s telling you what to do. Instead, look for someone who’s showing you how it can be done.