How do you create your own definition of success? Are you focused on reaching your unique potential?
How do you assess your own skills and how do you plan to improve them?
Robert Kaplan argues that leaders want to promote people who are authentic, and not afraid to take risks.
Whether you're aware of it or not, your unconscious insecurities hold you back, and you need to be able to construct your failure narrative if you hope to reach your true potential.
In the age of social media we might have large networks but few if any real relationships.
Success is not about meeting someone else's definition, but reaching your potential by defining success in your own terms.