Leadership is “leaning in or backing off, but not doing nothing,” I read in Seth Godin’s Tribe, today.

In their head, many people would love to lead. They even have great ideas. But in the end, most people do nothing. Why? I reckon that, like with anything, most human beings are afraid to fail or be embarrassed. This is something that many people take a great care to hide by using all sorts of excuses. One of my favorite: I do not have the time.

The global lockdown is leaving millions of people with more time to invest in the things that matter to them. If they really want to.

Time to stop to be doing nothing. There is no excuse.

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