American Income Life Favorite Quote Friday: Learning is Essential
Sometimes the hardest part about being a leader is accepting that you never really stop learning. John F. Kennedy didn’t become President of the United States without constantly picking up valuable lessons and adapting to new information. Unlike Kennedy, you probably won’t have to handle issues on par with the Bay of Pigs Invasion or the Cuban Missile Crisis, but you will have to face difficult situations throughout your career. What you learn from these events will ultimately define your leadership.
Growing Into Leadership
No matter how far you go in your career or how much knowledge you gain in your field, there will always be room for improvement. You’ll never stop encountering new situations and people who can enhance your skills or encourage you to take a different approach to accomplishing your goals. Some of them may even shake up your world entirely. Good or bad, these moments are crucial for shaping yourself into an effective leader.
Remember What You’ve Learned
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