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Leading Through Frightening Times

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I’ve often said there are no two consecutive good days in the life of a leader. It’s a statement designed to get people’s attention, and it usually does—I often have a lot of people wanting to follow up with me after I’ve shared it during a teaching.

What it boils down to is this: the more you grow in leadership, the more challenging and difficult the decisions you face. Those decisions often involve things with immediate or concrete solutions, but sometimes, they involve things that aren’t as cut and dried.Sometimes, you have to lead your people through uncertainty.

And as a leader, that means you have to be the rock in frightening times.Over my decades of leadership experience, through organizations large and small, I’ve encountered my

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