Accomplish what you can, when you can, with what you have—no matter what.
You know the type. The “get it done” leader. You can develop the same dexterity and intent to complete tasks and projects when resources are few and obstacles are many. Resourceful leaders aren’t discouraged in these circumstances. They don’t give up when they are frustrated that their first few attempts didn’t pan out. Every unsuccessful approach they take becomes an opportunity for resilience and an invitation to try different approaches until one works. Develop a reputation as someone who knows how to get results, even on challenging projects—someone ...