Monday, September 21, 2020

Successful People Know That There's Nothing Wrong With Starting Small!



Oftentimes, you've got to start out as a large fish in a small pond in order to succeed as a leader. 

Julius Caesar understood this. He managed to climb back into a position of power, even after losing his inheritance in a coup as a young man. 

According to the ancient Plutarch's "Parallel Lives," the general also made a rather curious remark while passing through a small village in the Alps: "I assure you I had rather be the first man here than the second man in Rome."  


- Derived from an article titled “7 Unforgettable Leadership Lessons from The Ancient Roman Conqueror Julius Caesar” by Áine Cain

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