I spent several years traveling the country for business. As a frequent flyer, I was one of the first people to get on the plane, which allowed me to get settled in my seat without holding up the line of people behind me. To keep myself busy while others were boarding, I would play a game on my phone. There were two that I played on a regular basis; solitaire and Sudoku. One day I realized there were four leadership lessons I had learned from solitaire. I list them below for your consideration.
Leaders need to admit when they are stuck and need help.
The solitaire game on my phone has a “hint” button, which I use when I get to a place where I can’t see that there is the next move. Hitting this button allows me to see what I am missing. As leaders, there are times when we can’t see what our next move should be. We may feel stuck and not know where to go from here. In those moments, we need to get another person’s perspective and insight. They may...
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