Embrace What You Don’t Know:
A Stupid Guide to Smart Business Leadership
As a leader, the last thing we want is to look stupid. But imagine if embracing what you don’t know was the smartest thing you could ever do?
A great leader isn’t invested in looking like they have all the right answers; they learn to ask all the right questions instead. Whether it’s in life, leadership, or in your organization, staying humble and open to new information could be the difference between success and failure.
What Others Are Saying
”This book is about you and your growth as a person and as a leader. Read it, dwell on it, take it seriously, and humbly become the person and leader that you are meant to be.Robb WilsonOwner/President, Wilson Lumber Inc. Madison, Alabama
Executive Retreats for Busy Business Leaders:
How to Achieve More by Working Less
What if you could achieve more in business without burning out or adding anything to your plate?
Sounds like a dream, but it doesn’t have to be.
If you’re in business leadership or management, the pressure to succeed is great. Working long hours and leading a team often takes a massive toll on your health, draining you of fresh vision and effective leadership.
Unfortunately, too many leaders ignore the signs of burnout and stress, running on empty until something goes wrong. But you don’t have to wait for your personal or work life to fall apart.
As a business leader, it’s vital to take steps that refresh your vision, rejuvenate your body, and help you find purpose. Once you learn the secret to achieving more by working less, you can focus on all the places that matter.
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Meet the Author
David Achata is an author, coach, trainer, facilitator, and speaker. He brings over twenty years of leadership experience to organizations, team development, and training. He lives in the mountains of east Tennessee with his wife and two children. Click to learn more about David Achata.