Good leaders want to do the right thing. But sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Have you ever made a really unwise choice that cost you a relationship or an opportunity?
It’s so discouraging to realize you’ve made an avoidable mistake. It can even make you question your decision-making ability.
But you can recover.
When we see people who seem to always make the best decision, it’s tempting to believe that they’re just smarter than we are, or maybe have a unique gift. Not true! Nobody is born wise.
The good news is that you can acquire wisdom by consistently practicing the three habits of wise leaders. Put them to work for you, and you’ll avoid the regret and disappointment that come with repeated failure. You’ll make better choices, and you’ll become the respected leader you aspire to be.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
- The difference between making a mistake and being foolish.
- Why wise people are willing to listen to feedback, even criticism.
- The single question that can reveal your need for wisdom.
- What it looks like when you take extreme ownership of your situation.
- The most obvious mark of wisdom.
- Two daily practices that help you develop wisdom.