Don’t expect of others, what you won’t do yourself.

A cardinal rule of leadership is to never expect of others what you’re unwilling to do yourself.

If you’re not in the office, don’t demand that employees show up. If you’re not working 20 hour days, don’t demand that employees do that.

The best leaders, as a minimum hold themselves to high standards and likely hold themselves to even higher standards than what they expect of others.

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