I recently read how Steve Jobs had Apple build a computer called the Mac Cube. Jobs was super excited as he thought they would sell millions of units. They sold only 15,000 Cubes. Despite his earlier commitment and excitement for the model, Jobs quickly abandoned it when he realized it wasn’t selling.

When the plans you’ve created aren’t going as well as you hoped, do you stay committed or change the plan? Staying committed to a failing plan isn’t leading. Admitting that a plan is flawed and doing something to change it is leading.

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