Think and Act with Optimism

Hedgehog was interviewing someone for a position at his company. Once the interview was over he was asked what the hardest thing about being a leader was in his opinion. Hedgehog thought for a few minutes and then replied, “The hardest part is staying optimistic when everything else is going wrong. You have issues with your products, your workers are agitated, and you don’t have enough time for everyone and yourself. It is easy to get upset and down but the hardest part is learning to stay optimistic because at the end of the day if a leader isn’t optimistic the company is going nowhere.”

Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “5 Things Great Leaders Do and Failing Leaders Don’t

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