I believe leadership is affirming others’ success and recognition is as important as my own. That said, I embarked on this journey to discover, learn, use and experience what it takes to be a great leader. What I found is that being a great leader begins with being true to oneself - embracing one's strengths, acknowledging one’s weaknesses, and answering one simple question: What do I want to be remembered for activating in others? I share this story because I’m a believer that in order to get traction on anything, inflection - looking inward - is the best place to start. I believe reflection is a habit that helps pave growth and development. And, I believe traction comes with what is discovered, learned, used and experienced and sharing it with others.