A leader must do what it takes to get the job done and keep the wheels moving, even if it means biting your tongue so hard it bleeds, says Anthony Guerra.
Like it or not, social media is here to stay. As leaders and parents, it’s critical that we’re able to wrap our minds around both its merits and its limitations, says Anthony Guerra.
You don’t have to be a master of the universe to be a successful leader – or parent, for that matter, but you do need to be able to master your emotions, says Anthony Guerra.
Every single decision in life is a risk-versus-reward balancing act, says Anthony Guerra. If we choose certain actions – or inactions – based on fear, that equilibrium no longer exists.
There’s a fine line between guiding someone in the direction they want to go, and forcing them to go to the destination you’ve chosen, says Anthony Guerra. And a leader must be able to make that distinction.