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Making Decisions

Decision-making is critical for business leadership. The ability to learn how to make good decisions in highly chaotic environments can give you the tools necessary to take your business to the next level.

Be prepared, use the information at hand, and make the best possible decisions you can. Adjust quickly if you miss the mark.

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Driven people hate failure, even though failure is inevitable. You do not become a successful leader without having experienced failure along the way.

When you make mistakes, own them and let the team know what you are going to do to fix them.

With much power comes much responsibility. Your first priority is to your team.  If you put them first, all the rest will fall into place.

Working together as a team will lighten the burden of responsibility.

As a leader within an organization, one of the things you should be doing the most is communicating with your team. If you are unable to do this, you cannot expect your team to follow you wholeheartedly.

Take every opportunity you can to speak in front of audiences. The more yo...

As a leader, your shortcomings will be highlighted more than your strengths. 

Criticism is something you should expect and get used to. Face the fear head on by regularly requesting anonymous feedback from your team.

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