Becoming the most effective leader comes down to practicality and not being afraid to get your hands dirty. In this course, I teach students how to prepare for the long game and to know when it’s time to cash out and walk away: so that everyone, in ideal scenarios, gets what they want. In this course, students will learn how to speak, learn how to breathe, and learn how to let go, in the most pragmatic way possible.
One of the first stops on the path to practical governance will be understanding how to ask for help, and how to know when to help others. Managing stress through prevention is much easier and more successful, than attempting to correct something after a detriment already occurs. We’ve all seen the leadership walking around like zombies, from time-to-time all burnt out.