I’ve heard it said that when a good leader is faced with something alarming or unexpected—whether overhearing gossip or weighing a difficult decision—they first take a deep breath. They think. They reflect in silence and allow fear and confusion to pass, as they often do with time.

Good leaders remain calm. They avoid the temptation to react, and simply breathe.

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