Trust Your Instincts—You Have What It Takes to Be a Leader

The emperor neglected to listen to his own instincts. He must have known there were no clothes on that loom. No matter how much he wanted to believe in the fine clothing, he must have felt odd about marching in public, in the buff. He didn’t have the courage to stop, think, listen, and act, and neither did anyone else in the court or the kingdom, except for an innocent young child.

You don’t need a sophisticated education to appreciate the value of your own instincts. Recently, Olivia and Gerald were driving home from a beach vacation, when Olivia noticed a flaky area on the skin of Gerald’s calf. She asked him how long it had been there, and he couldn’t remember. It did not cause him ...

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