No one is an expert in everything; the most robust businesses are built on the smartest people – not on one person. According to Brian Scudamore, I've learned that strong leaders don't fight to have the first and last word. Instead, they listen to their teams, ask the right questions, and give everyone the chance to contribute.
Great leaders aren't know-it-alls who continuously try to outshine everyone. Instead, they admit when they're wrong and genuinely want to learn from others. At the end of the day, it's not about being the smartest person in the room. It's about building a team with the most intelligent people you can find and inspiring your people to believe in the impossible.