One thing that separates the best leaders…

In my observation…

The best leaders learn from their mistakes.

They improve. They develop strengths and minimize weaknesses. They ask forgiveness, receive grace and move forward in spite of their past or their shortcomings. They attempt to do better the next try.

Poor leaders dwell in their mistakes.

They run from them. They attempt to control others reactions to them. They pretend they never happened. They try to hide their flaws and weaknesses. They let the future be determined by regret rather than by grace. 

Which scenario more closely resembles your story?

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2 thoughts on “One thing that separates the best leaders…

  1. Lots of truth in this post. I can recall a (long) period when I felt the need to be right about everything. What I didn't realize is that this attitude blinded me to the advice of others and let to unnecessary mistakes. It took me a while before the scales fell of my eyes to change.