An elderly widow. Several CEOs. A writer. Head of an avalanche mitigation team. Government officials.
I spoke to many different kinds of leaders for The Making Magnificence Project® (new interviews coming soon, stay tuned!). Despite their varied paths, they shared 8 key traits. Factors that propelled them. Below are 3:
- Passion Married to a High Tolerance for Uncertainty
Being deeply passionate about what they were pursuing was crucial. But the capacity for tolerating the discomfort of pursuing the path? Essential.
- The Lens We Look Through: Framing and Re-Framing
All of these leaders confronted loss, disappointment, and failure. How they viewed their setbacks was far more important than being set back. It was the ball game.
- Questing for Self-Mastery
No matter how accomplished, all of these leaders were learners. They kept showing up curious and wanting to improve.
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