What Inner Strength Can You Harness To Lead In Times Of Crisis?
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The 4 Inner Strengths That Will Pull Your Through Crisis
We admire those that master crises, and we share 4 major important traits with them.
Elon Musk demonstrates the strengths of the leader. Kobe Bryant has the skills of a doer in crisis. Jeff Bezos is a planner and Oprah Winfrey's a healer. Which one sounds most like you?
Competitive and daring leaders Elon Musk and Bill Gates have clearly shown the traits of a leader in a crisis. A leader is one who helps bring calm and clear headed problem solving to times of crisis.
They are resourceful, articulate, and no-nonsense types. About 9% of the population are leaders in a crisis.
Oprah Winfrey and Taylor Swift epitomize the empathy, understanding, and compassion of healers in a crisis. They are easy to talk to and are a source of peace and comfort to those around them.
If you are a healer type, you are part of 21% of the population that are healers in a crisis
Jeff Bezos and Beyoncé are planner types in a crisis. They are prepared, logical, and are great at managing resources when the world is crashing down.
They are dedicated, loyal, and level-headed. 39% of the population are planners in a crisis.
Well-known, spontaneous celebrities like Kobe Bryant and Tony Robbins are representatives of those who act as doers in a crisis. These types are usually the first one to run into a burning building.
Doers are creative, skilled, and about 31% of population are doers in a crisis.