A lot of emphasis is placed on a basic requirement for leaders to be ‘visionaries’. We’re constantly aware of the likes of Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett and their huge successes due to being generally regarded as visionaries, yet it’s always important to remember that the successes we hear about are packaged with an innumerable amount of failures.
Each leader known for steering their corporations through adversity and coming out on top have done so because they’re willing to take chances and make hard decisions when others have either ignored the issues or take the safe, and ultimately wrong, route.
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