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If you take your fear and mash it into something that's actually useful, then it doesn't feel like it wins.
— Sara Bareilles, author, singer-songwriter
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Taking Responsibility

With over 40 years of experience, Detroit Police Chief, James Craig knows when it comes to being a leader, admitting when you’re wrong is always the right thing to do.

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While owning up to your mistakes isn’t as fun as owning the room, it’s just as important. Honesty and accountability help show you’re responsible and relatable. And since everyone’s human, maybe it’s a good thing to remember next time someone does you wrong.

Possibly the only thing harder than saying you’re sorry is “You can have the last piece of pizza”. No matter how you slice it, it’s just… ugh. Here’s why those two words so often get stuck on the way out.

What do great leaders have in common? (Other than the newest Tesla.) They accept responsibility. See how crucial taking the blame is to taking charge.

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