So in addition to all the well discussed challenges of leadership—people, unexpected detours, results to deliver, and vision to cast—there is daily-ness. King Solomon described it this way: “there is nothing new under the sun.”
So when there is not a board meeting to get ready for or a customer presentation to make or a trip to London to look forward to, there is daily-ness.
Is there an anecdote for daily-ness? Not a universal one that works for everyone, but these may help:
Okay. Your turn. What helps you overcome daily-ness? Leave a comment.
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