“Left with only ourselves as a resource, we do not readily see the gift of others, the provision embedded in even the most challenging circumstance or the possibility to ask for what we need. This level of independence pushes people away and communicates, I don’t need you. When leaders unknowingly send this message, they model it to their teams, families, and communities. If you can identify the predominant attitude in any group, you can trace it back to leadership. Attitude always follows leadership.” ― Jean-Marie Jobs, The Art of Feeding Heroes: Leading from the Inside Out
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