Owning your lane, right? Would you trust yourself with a multi-million dollar corporation?
 
And you’d be amazed at how many people will answer the question, “No.” Like, “I would totally not trust myself “with that much money, with that many people.
 
“Okay, it’s a very honest answer. So what can you do to develop yourself to trust yourself, right, because naturally if you don’t trust what it is that you do subconsciously one’s not going to trust anybody else because it starts internally.
 
But once you begin to build your character you begin to build your trust and you begin to lead yourself or influence yourself. You become authentic. And it makes it that much easier to lead others because now you’re leading from a place of authenticity, right? You’re leading from a place of humility.
 
Right, you’re leading from a place of being able to do the role or the job that you’re asking those around you to do. And again, and I’ll say this ’til I’m blue in the face, leadership is influence. Nothing more, nothing less. And the reason why I say that ’cause I don’t want anybody to think that leadership is positional.