Developing Your Knights of the Roundtable

Imagine King Arthur sitting around a roundtable with his key advisors giving him extraordinary advice. While this scene may be more from a movie than real life, it is a sound point. Successful people get advice from other successful people, not just in business, but also in life.

If you think about the construction of a corporate board of directors, it will include people with strengths in varying areas of business and different industries, if it is constructed well. They provide insights, challenge direction and strategy, and drive accountability. And they will all be really good at what they do.

Now take that to a personal level. What would your life look like if you were deliberate in creating ...

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