Winning the War

For most people winning the battle is more important than winning the war.

Too many people are too impatient to look at the big picture.

On the way to their goals what do they sacrifice?

Themselves, their peers?

Are you strong enough to fight through voices that tell you that you’re wrong?

How do you move forward?

You tell yourself your wrong and you move on.

That’s what great leaders do. They adjust the playing field.

If you don’t adjust you don’t grow.

As a leader if you’re stagnant then you breed mediocrity.

As a leader every obstacle is the way.

“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” – Marcus Aurelius

Lead by example by being humble

In the end change is scary but fear can be beautiful.

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