In an era of self promotion, we have lost the core of what makes great leaders truly great – humble confidence.
For years I have been perplexed as to why certain individuals fail to inspire action and create momentum despite practicing what many might consider to be the best practices of leadership. These aspiring leaders tirelessly paint a vision, articulate strategy and communicate with clarity. They rally the troops and put the proper emphasis on teamwork. They…
I choose a different battle cry: “Remember who you are called to be.” This reminds me to pursue virtue. It challenges me to move forward and strive for something greater than what would come naturally.
With these two 3-minute conversations, my dad made a man out of a young boy. He gave me the confidence to be a man.
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As a leader, it’s important to have confidence, but it’s more important to have humble confidence. What you take in during your interactions with others is far more important than what you put out, and here’s why.
Why do you need humble confidence? To navigate the challenges you’re sure to face!
You’re sure to face challenges. Humble confidence will get you through them.
You don’t want your ego to get in the way of your leadership. That’s where humble confidence comes in to save the day!