The problem is this: you’re NOT in a state of panic most of the time. States of panic are special and have to be revered.
One of my favorite things to do in the country is read a new book with the birds chirping in the background or the soundtrack of crickets.
As a CEO, know where you’re going and, and how you’re going to get there.
The road to mastery as a leader is like climbing a mountain. Each inch towards the top gets more challenging, but each new milestone is a breakthrough in your growth.
We don’t always know where or when our leadership will be pivotal. So, the modern leader must be open to new opportunities.
The best teams are built on trust, conflict, and commitment in that order.
The journey as CEO is a long one. You won’t be able to rely purely on your god-given raw intelligence for the whole trip.