Let’s be honest: A lot of leadership advice is pretty hard to follow. Like “Always be innovating.” Okay, awesome—until you get “idea block.” Or “Do all that you can, and then do a little more.” That’s great and all, but when it’s a Friday night and you’ve been working for 14 hours, does that mean you’re not allowed to kick back and watch Netflix?
That’s why I love these leadership lessons from Guy Kawasaki. They’re realistic and actionable, but still powerful. Check out the SlideShare below to learn Kawasaki’s top three pieces of advice for those who want to lead.