There was a time that I put a lot of energy into hiding my flaws. Some of the flaws were ones that only I knew existed, but I still made sure to hide them. In hiding my flaws, it meant I wasn’t spending time doing something that made a difference in my world. Hiding flaws takes a lot of energy.

We’re all flawed, which is not the actual problem. How you respond to your flaws is. Speaking from experience, you’ll get much further in life if you stop protecting your ego and embrace the fact you’re flawed. Let those flaws show!

Your leadership will have a far more significant impact when you embrace your flaws. You’ll also inspire others to do the same. Just imagine if your team didn’t waste time hiding their flaws and lived and worked all out!

Where would that get you?

You’ve got this.

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