Ep. 43: The Best Leaders Ask For Help (recognizing when and how to do it)

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Titles like “founder”, “manager” or “leader” can carry a heavy weight. When you take these roles on, you may be made to feel like the person who should have all the answers. This false precedent can cause you to feel inadequate if you don’t have all the answers. In this episode of Spark! Stephanie challenges that myth, and discusses the fact that true strength comes from understanding where and when you need help, and how to ask for it!

You’ll learn:

  • How to be an independent thinker who can wisely gather and use feedback and ideas from others
  • How to use help from others intelligently, and truly understand that you don’t have to do everything on your own
  • Why the best leaders are those who know when to accept help from others to make their businesses better

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