When I was writing 'Do Lead' and 'Do Scale', I found clarity on a vital leadership question that I'd been wrestling with for decades:
What separates those who implement and successfully execute to completion, from those who implement, then consistently second-guess themselves and change track?
It's a vital distinction, because leaders in the former group achieve way more than those in the latter - and build stronger teams along the way.
The answer turns out not to be genius, or self-discipline, or consistency - or any of the things I thought it would be
I explain what the surprising answer is in this week's video (with apologies for the background wind noise - I couldn't find my furry wind jammer :-):
Running time: 4' 13"