Good leadership is something people just get. They can see it immediately. But behind each seasoned leader is a leader in the making, who’s constantly improving.
We think that’s a mentality worth having, so this week we’re bringing you our favorite posts on building a strong leadership presence – whether it’s in starting your own business or weathering the storm after several years.
Moving from a big company brings natural challenges and stressors, but if you can leverage your resources from that job and embrace asking for help, you may find the transition being easier than expected.
First off, you can learn what not to do. But you can also develop a knack for letting things slide and digging for the helpful truth in a heap of negativity.
Vulnerability can make your brow sweat and heart race. But business comes with risks already embedded within it, and a healthy dose of questioned self-worth is often the exact fire you need to keep you going.
Christina Lattimer began with 300 members in her e.MILE community. Soon, she had 10,000. Here’s how she did it.