How Leaders Face Possibilities
Life is full of possibilities. It’s a bit cliché, but wouldn’t you agree?
It’s true for everyone.
What’s different is how possibilities are faced by leaders contrasted to the average person who doesn’t seek leadership in life.
Understanding Possibilities in Leadership
Every situation in life has many possibilities. Few are so simple as to only require a yes or no.
In the military, leaders are taught to look at many possibilities and then use their judgment to decide which will bring the best outcomes. It’s a challenge most don’t want, but leaders love. It’s also very true for leaders in the private sector.
Knowing many possibilities exist for every path and problem is part of the leadership game. Naturally, leadership isn’t really a game. It’s a part of life that requires choices. Often the possibilities for each choice pose great risk.
Leaders understand this and thrive in these possibilities because they know each will involve honing their many leadership skills.
Choosing from the Possibilities
What truly sets a good leader apart from the bad leader is how they face possibilities.
Leaders understand that every possibility can bring failure.
They also understand that failure is part of the path to massive success.
In my book, Overpower Oceans, I deal with the fear of failure in many of the 7 principles covered in-depth. Good leaders have in their bag of leadership skills the ability to accept the fear of failure and to choose possibilities knowing they can and will involve failures.
But they know, when they get it right, the failures become the basis for overwhelming success.
Good leaders love all these possibilities.
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International speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Retired navy officer, former commanding officer. Over 35 years of leading, coaching, mentoring, and speaking.