Clutter steals our confidence.
Clutter has one insidious, bottomline outcome.
We become a leader who develops an urgency addiction.
When “everything is important”, nothing is.
Sure, we become renowned “firefighters”, but we will never achieve the confidence that comes from envisioning and creating a future that is better than now, much better.
Our job as a leader is not to maintain things.
Our job as a leader is to make things better, remarkably better than now.
Sadly, without confidence, it will have to wait until tomorrow.
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