Monday, March 8, 2021

Leadership Lessons


“Lack of experience may be costly—but so is experience. It’s a fact that you cannot gain experience without paying a price. The great American novelist Mark Twain once remarked, “I know a man who grabbed a cat by the tail and he learned 40 percent more about cats than the man who didn’t.” You just have to hope that the price is not greater than the value of the experience you gain, and sometimes you cannot judge what the price will be until after you have gained the experience.”

― John C. Maxwell, Leadership Gold: Lessons I've Learned from a Lifetime of Leading

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