Great stories require 5 elements. An inciting incident. Conflict. Resolution. Protagonist. And an Antagonist.
The antagonist is usually an enemy. The Joker to Batman. The Taliban to the US army. The resistance to your creativity.
As you lead, you tell a story.
You face an unseen enemy in your leadership. It raises it’s ugly head and tries to tell you it’s okay.
That things shouldn’t be this hard. You should have it easy.
One of the enemies of leadership is convenience.
Why It’s An Enemy
Convenience becomes an enemy because it creeps in and tells you the lies you want to hear. How your job should be easier. How you’ve arrived and others should serve you. That you don’t need to work as hard.