• Mike Ayers

Leaders must find a way to make peace with the paradox of the now and the not yet.

Always being able to push in order to make new things possible, and yet not losing the ability to celebrate the present. Not being lazy, yet not being obsessively driven. Not making excuses, yet not excusing incompetence. Leaders live with tension... and the tension between what should be done and what can be done is a constant one.

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