“Leading from fear is the easy route. Leading from joy is pure magic. When you realize your job is to show up and love your job, to project pure positivity even on one your worst days, to love the people that work for you, you might find that even during difficult times, you start enjoying it more too.”
This post will make you a better leader, manager, and probably a lot happier in your job.
He warns against making key mistakes such as to assume people are motivated by the same thing you are, criticize instead of inspire people, and forget that ultimately it’s your fault.
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