Today I read a blog post from Tim Ferriss that sounded familiar. When I scrolled back up I realized I’d read it before – a couple years ago. But here’s the thing – I wasn’t ready to try it back then. So I promptly forgot it. Today when I read it, I was more ready …
Dan Rockwell says “Confidence comes after you press through fear, not before.” He’s exactly right and it’s why one of the most important leadership tasks for any supervisor is to help their teams understand that everything won’t be easy. Leaders prepare their teams for hard times.
There are two kinds of leaders out there. Isn’t that always the case? What I’m talking about is the leaders who have the best ideas and can help get you out of a jam when you need them, and the leaders who don’t have to because they’ve already equipped their teams.