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The perfect time for each of us to think about developing our own skills.

Tomorrow is National Leadership Day, the perfect time for each of us to think about developing our own skills. If we all took up responsibilities and led in our communities, the world would be much better. A good leader instructs and inspires those around him to be the best versions of themselves. In Play for Peace, we train and support young global leaders to become positive leaders in their communities.

Brené Brown, in her book Dare to Lead, suggests cultivating four key skillsets for courageous leadership.

1. Become comfortable with vulnerability.

2. Pick a maximum of 2 core values and LIVE them.

3. Be the first to trust and be trustworthy.

4. Cultivate resilience to face failure with courage and confidence.

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Live Laughter. Choose Compassion. Practice Peace.

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