Leaders have plenty of responsibilities— their company and teams depend on them. This makes it even more important for them to never lose sight of their purpose and role in creating a better, bigger picture for themselves and others who depend on them for guidance.
The summer of my sophomore year in college, a group of us used to get together most every Sunday to play racquetball. The group included my uncle, my cousin’s new father-in-law Pete and a few other friends. I didn’t know too much about Pete, but he seemed a pleasant enough gentleman. My uncle (my cousin’s father) got along with him easily enough. They didn’t have what you would call a close relationship, but they would have light conversations about their