“The best leaders do nothing”- Confucius. 10 Leadership Tips From The Greatest Philosophers.

Source: TOI

Leadership isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Here are some essential tips for a good leader from 10 of the greatest philosophers:
1) “The best leaders do nothing”- Confucius. (Chinese Philosopher, 551 BC- 479 BC)

Stay agile and aware, but don’t take over everything.

2) “The greater the difficulty, the more the glory in surmounting it” – Epicurus (Greek Philosopher, 341 BC- 270 BC)

Our strength is measured by how successfully we can overcome the storms in our lives.

3) “It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to use it well”  -Rene Descartes  (French Philosopher, 1596-1650)

Your intelligence has no significance unless you put it to use.

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