I have worked with a number of leaders, small business owners, and entrepreneurs who are tremendously skilled and talented at what they do.
Many of them pursued forming a business that aligned with their skills and talents.
And just as many of them have come to realize that running a successful business is a whole other skill set than what inspired them to strike out on their own.
There is no shame in realizing that having a vision for a successful entrepreneurial endeavor is not the same thing as having the talents and skills necessary to run that endeavor.
Those skill sets rarely come as a package deal.
Surround yourself with a tribe of amazing people who are better than you at everything you aren't good at.
Then focus on what you are the best at.
If you can do that, you will stop forcing processes and start unlocking potential.
The potential of your vision, the potential of your team, and the potential of what you created to grow into something more than what you could have imagined on your own.
Lead from your strengths wanders!
And call out the strengths of others.
See you over the next ridge!