There is a saying “The client is always right”, but I would argue that this is not always true.
People are often well-meaning in their opinions or advice to you, but as a leader you have to know not only what to pay attention to, but when to ignore the information or advice you are given.
CNNMoney | Yelp CEO Ignored Advice from PayPal Founders & Succeeds Anyways
HBR | If Customers Ask for More Choice, Don’t Listen
Inc. | 4 Myths About Success to Ignore
CJ | Liking & Respecting Lead To Different Results for Managers
TED | Dr. Ben Goldacre – Your Doctor Might Be Giving You Very Bad Advice
“Wall Street is the only place that people ride to in a Rolls Royce to get advice from those who take the subway.” – Warren Buffett
Leading, along the road with you!
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