“Eat your vegetables, they’re good for you.” My mom said those words to me countless times as a kid. But I didn’t care how good vegetables were for me, I didn’t like them, and brussels sprouts were the worst!
Mom was right. Veggies are good for me, and I should have eaten more. The nutritional benefits would have been fantastic.
All leaders face “brussels sprouts” kinds of tasks, truths, and responsibilities. You know they’re good for you, and need to be adhered to, but you don’t want to just the same.
My advice. Eat your “leadership veggies” anyway. The benefits are obvious.