People have to want to do something in order to do it. Leadership is helping people uncover why they want to do it. Management is forcing people to do it. Leadership works in the long run, while management works until there’s a revolution (and you definitely don’t want to be on Team Management when the guillotines get rolled out).
Here’s a James Clear quote on the importance of structuring what needs to be done in a way you (and your team, and those you serve, and…) can follow through on:
A brief guide to compounding:
If you don’t enjoy something, you won’t stick with it.
If you don’t stick with it, it won’t compound.
Being interested precedes the results.
The things you enjoy are the things you stick to.
If you can figure out the “this makes me happy/north star,” you can compound. And if you can compound, you can GROW.