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Guarding Against Unrealistic Thinking

As a good leader you have to guard against the human natural bent such as selfish, greedy and dishonest. Asking yourself questions to help you define reality isn’t enough. You have to do more. Here are four practices to help you to become better leader.

Admit Your Weakness

Try to train yourself by voice weakness such as “I

am an alcoholic”,” I must confess to others, “I am an unrealistic person.” Admitting my weakness is a first step toward recovadmint your mistakeery. You can’t define realit

y if you won’t face reality. As a good leader, it is important to know where is time

to get help from other to sove the problem for great of good.

Embrace Realistic Peopleunrealsitic thinking

The old saying “birds of a feather flock together” is really true. Normally people like to be around people who are like them. That may be a good thing when they want to have fun, but it can be a bad thing when you want to lead well. As a leader, you need peo­ple to complete yourself, to be strong where you are am weak. An effective leadership team has members who complement one another.

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We All Experience More Than We Understand

Baseball player Earl Wilson, the first black pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, experience understandquipped, “Experience enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.” Let’s face it: we’re going to make mistakes. Too much hap­pens to us in life for us to be able to understand all of it. Our experience overwhelms our understanding. And no matter how smart we are, our understanding will never catch up with our experience.

So what is a person to do? Make the most of what we can understand. Some people do that in two ways. First, at the end of each day they try to remember to ask themselves, “What did I learn today?” That prompts me to “review the page” of my notebook for the day. The second thing they do is take the last week of every year to spend time reviewing the previous twelve months. They reflect on their experiences—successes and failures, goals accomplished and dreams unmet, the relationships that built and the ones that lost. In this way, you will be able try to help close some of the gap between what  is experience and what is understand.
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