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Priority. There’s a single thing that’s most important in the things you do. Sure you can do more than one thing. But those other things aren’t as important as your priority.
As the leader, you should be the living embodiment of the basic underlying assumptions you want your culture to have. You should be consciously and intentionally speaking and acting in a way that shows people, “This is important to me.”
…ded insanely successful founders. And I’ve never met someone who knows what they’re doing. Instead, they know how to make decisions when the rest of us stall in debate. And when they make a wrong one, they make more decisions.