You Do You, I’ll Do Me

When you see to improve yourself as a leader by following the popular approach of trying to adopt certain personality traits or even mimic leadership styles of successful leaders, you’re heading out on a divergent path away from the outcome you’re actually seeking. That’s because transferring an attribute like “charisma” from one person to yourself or others is difficult at best, if not altogether impossible. – Paid to Think

Today I’m going to talk about my advice, and what you should do with it.

We’re also on week two of the next 12 Week Year, so I’ll give you an update on where I’m at and what my plans are for the next 11 weeks.

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