When you have to be at the top of your game from early morning until late at night, it’s best to avoid the bottom of the bottle, says Anthony Guerra.
Neglecting those annoying tasks on your to-do list won’t make them disappear. In fact, it can give them power, says Anthony Guerra, who makes a case for running toward these challenges.
The best perks in life don’t necessarily go to those who deserve them, but those who are willing to take charge and take a chance, says Anthony Guerra.
The most productive environment is one in which team members are able to voice opinions freely, and leaders are willing to listen, ponder them, and execute, says Anthony Guerra, who takes inspiration from one of the greats.
What sets great leaders apart is the willingness and ability to take ownership when things go wrong, and disperse credit when things go right, says Anthony Guerra.