Leading

How To Stop Dwelling and Lead

Every leader occasionally or often experiences fear, uncertainty, doubt, worry, anger, regret, or guilt. We can’t really be good leaders unless we know these feelings. But dwelling in them does damage to us and the people around us. The easiest way to stop dwelling on any of these feelings is to “turn the camera” away from ourselves and shift our focus toward others, what they need, and how we can help.

Easy-peasy.

 

In your corner,

Mike

 

Today’s photo credit: Michael Bentley cc

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