Great leaders hold those around them to higher standards. Not only holding others to high standards but they also lead by example. Great leaders expect themselves to perform at peak performance as well. Sometimes this leads to burnout, sometimes this leads to breakdown. Strong leaders are able to handle
these self-imposed pressures and find ways to balance them in their own lives as well as in those who follow them. A good leader understands the values of holding high standards and implements them in life. A great leader makes them fun and an attainable, achievable goal which can be conquered daily for a greater sense of self fulfillment.
- Great leaders set high standards for themselves first and then for others who follow
- Great leaders recognizes by setting high standards they attract instead of detract the right people
- Great leaders make high standards achievable and repeatable