Why empathy is more important to being a successful leader than “hustle”

This retired general says it’s the number one trait he looks for in leaders

General Stan McChrystal

In today’s “hustle culture,” there are thousands of founders, “hustlers,” and influencers finding large audiences with their advice for how to become “successful.” Often, this advice is delivered with high-energy…

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Writing about entrepreneurship, media, tech, life. Author of Founded: https://www.amazon.com/Founded-B-S-Guide-Student-Entrepreneurs/dp/163909007X/

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Mike Raab

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Writing about entrepreneurship, media, tech, life. Author of Founded: https://www.amazon.com/Founded-B-S-Guide-Student-Entrepreneurs/dp/163909007X/

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