Get comfortable with uncomfortable situations

08/5/2013 | Forbes

If you want to develop as a leader, it's critical to get used to dealing with uncomfortable situations, writes Henna Inam, CEO of Transformational Leadership. Start by figuring out what makes you uncomfortable and why. Then adjust your mindset to ease the discomfort and push ahead. "As we become more willing to stretch the boundaries of our comfort, we expand our personal power in leading ourselves and others," she writes.

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