How to Accept Imperfection Like a Leader
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Less talented teammates require more intervention and supervision. And counterintuitively, the brighter and more talented your team, the more necessary it is to accept imperfection.
People love, implement, and improve their own ideas. So accepting imperfections makes people smarter as they strive to make things viable.
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