They will never be able to keep up with you. And getting angry because they are falling behind your pace is arrogant.

It is easy to get frustrated when people on your team are not on the same page – you hear yourself say:

“why can’t they just do it like me??”

I used to hear myself say it – whether I was a sales manager or as a hockey coach.

They were not me. And they hadn’t experienced the world they way I had. My own obsession was getting in the way of truly understanding my team.

It’s important that we aware of our own pace and how we effect others including our personal relationships.

When we empower others to see and feel the vision the way we see and feel, then we are leading with purpose.

Getting frustrated because we don’t think our team is competent may be a mirror image of our own leadership.