As usual, Elumn8 hits the nail on the head when he says, “Your “better” should rise from within. The call to a new way of being may be triggered by some outside source but the voice you follow should be your own.” This is the process of being authentic as a leader — not narcissism, not blind ambition or dogma, but exploration, within and without!
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