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Leadership Needs Little Credit
Chris Hadfield shared some great wisdom about leadership with all of us when he stated:
What a great way to approach business and life.
There are so many lessons here.
First, leadership is about focus and staying on point with your goals.
Second, it is so important to keep your team motivated, especially because in business, the stakes are always high and the consequences always matter.
Third, taking yourself out of the limelight and helping others take credit for the successes are a formula for being a respected and cherished leader.
There's no end to how far you can go if you're willing to give all of the credit away. What a great lesson!
Ridgely Goldsborough, co-founder of JV Hacking, believes in making sense of things for others and living a life of service. To learn more about JV Hacking, and get a free copy of the JV Hacking book, visit https://JVHacking.com
Ridgely Goldsborough started his first business at age 16 - and has since founded 43 companies and written 16 business books. His prolific profile has earned him millions of dollars and a vast network of JV partners - which he taps into often to execute some of the digital marketing industry's biggest JV launches. And while he often speaks at high-end masterminds and events around the world, JV Hacking marks the first time he's sharing his proven JV strategies in public.
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