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Leadership Lesson #2: One Word

The most convicting stance we'll ever take as a leader may just be one word long.

Stances like:

  • No.
  • Don't.
  • Together.
  • Now.
  • Stop.

With one word stances, there's no confusing what we mean. Our followers and our community doesn't have to decipher what we said, figure out how serious we are, or interpret our answer through any kind of lens.

These stances are hard to take, for sure. But they're also the ones that matter most.

Let your leadership story be short and watch as those you lead understand it more clearly and commit to its reality.


Past Leadership Lessons

#1: On Tradition