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Then think of what has happened to their status as leaders as a result of allowing – often, encouraging – those myths.
I’m not being judgmental here, and I’m not suggesting that myth-making is necessarily bad, or wrong. I am saying that mindless myth-making, or heedless myth-making, always has consequences, and those consequences are almost always bad.
What myths do you allow about yourself as a leader? Which do you encourage, or at least condone?
What would happen if you stopped? What would happen if you actively, gracefully dismantled that myth?
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