1. Being the “leader” might mean working in a background or seemingly insignificant position in order to secure the best outcome.
2. Instead of “leading,” the leader might have to withdraw. You don’t withdraw because you are angry. Withdraw because you care.
3. A leader doesn’t have to intervene to “save the situation.” Nobody wants to fill someone else’s shoes. They want to walk in their own shoes. Letting people do it their way, even if they make mistakes, is necessary if you want people to help you. – Shar McBee
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