You’ve worked hard.
It’s been over a decade since you started working in your field.
“When I was thirteen I started as a hawker for little league baseball games,” you always tell your kids.
It takes hard work and dedication to become a general manager of a renowned sports venue. But, you’ve persevered and made it to the top of your game.
From hiring staff to putting in operational policies, you’ve done it all. You’ve put in the hours – and years – necessary to gain the respect of your industry peers.
But, while you might’ve put in the time to prove your ‘experience,’ have you tested your abilities as a leader.
Have you reached the highest level? Or, do you believe you can get better?
Just because you’ve done something for ten years (or more), doesn’t mean you’re doing it right or as good as you could be doing it.