Leadership Lesson: Getting in the habit of telling others what you think about them (before it’s too late) can provide a sense of fulfillment in yourself, along with both confirmation and encouragement in them about the value of what they’re doing, who they are, and how they impact you.
No, this isn’t some veiled attempt at convincing you to take out the competition in order to get ahead.
And no, it’s not some kind of morbid wish for you and your friends, family, and colleagues.
If anything, it’s a request that you do more for each other and make each other stronger – by acknowledging each other.
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