Have you ever had the opportunity to watch Michael Jordan play basketball back in the day, or watch his series that came out? If you did, you’d notice that every situation he came up against, he used to his advantage in some way. If he had the flu, he made sure he pushed through and found a new edge. He’d use the crowd, the other team, or the dying seconds of a game to pit himself against the odds and win. He did this, because he was, and is, a leader. Leaders like Michael Jordan aren’t born though, as most people think…they’re created.
Leaders develop their skills in life by looking for the advantages they can find in the situations they’re in. They look for the silver lining, and respond to the events they find themselves in, rather than reacting to them.