I recently heard a woman encourage others to develop positive habits.
Then she used this quote by Aristotle.
I don’t know about you today, but that is encouraging.
Leadership strengths can improve each year if you cultivate those skills. If you develop habits that encourage positive and clear communication, goal setting and retooling, mutually beneficial relationships with your peers and those at all levels in your life and organization, consistent alignment with your life values and vision, and giving back to others around you, then you will be known for excellence. Not because you are putting on an act, but because you have remained committed to a life of habits that improve your skills and abilities as well as those around you.