Following My Own Advice #142
Asking for help. It’s a seldom practiced skill for a hardworking, self-sufficient, proud leader whose identity is wrapped up in what you do. In fact, it’s uncomfortable because of the vulnerable position you’re in. It can feel like an admission of incompetence or weakness.
It’s not the case, and because I often speak about how important it is for leaders to be vulnerable, including practicing asking for help, today, I’m following my own advice.
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