Episode 188: 5 Reasons The World Needs Imperfect Leaders (Like You)

Ep 188: 5 Reasons The World Needs Imperfect Leaders (Like You)

If you ever feel like you’re not ‘perfect’ enough to help or inspire others, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in to discover 5 reasons the world needs imperfect leaders like you – and why you don’t have to have everything ‘figured out’ before you can

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How being perfect actually stops you from helping and inspiring others
  • Why it’s so important to lead by example and how to do it
  • Why you should share your message, even when others are sharing it too
  • The power of imperfect leadership and why it works
  • What to do if you feel like you’re not ‘good enough’ to lead others

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Ever feel like you’re not ‘perfect’ enough to help others? This episode is for you! I’m sharing why the world NEEDS imperfect leaders like you, especially at a time like this.

Author: Sam Brown