We go through lots of challenges and adversities throughout every season of life.
It’s what we learn through the failures that make us a better leader.
Although we always want to have successes and celebrate them, we can’t overlook or forget the times we fall short.
Those are moments we need to reflect on constantly, so we can strategize in the future and really nail it the next time.
When we discover the right path, that’s when we can teach our lessons to others so they can avoid the pitfall.
Traditionally, in medieval times, a king would be the first person in the battle. He would show his men the right way to go – and knew he might not come back from his journey.
This willingness to take chances and not send other people to do their dirty work was how they were able to take command of massive groups of people and earn their respect.
A leader can’t be afraid to fail, and needs to be willing to show the way.
That’s why I’m excited to share some tips from someone who as been coaching for four decades: Coach Rick Pitino.