Admit when you’re wrong.

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Great leadership requires a solid foundation of self-esteem. It’s not the ones that are always wrong that we need to be worried about, it’s the ones that believe they never can be. Believing what you say, without acknowledgement or remorse in the case of misguided opinions; leads to a brittle foundation constructed upon a tainted sense of fortitude. Belittling others, without research or understanding, is the catalyst for further hatred and dismissiveness. The world has no time for mediocrity. Admitting wrong doing, is the first step to conquering fulfilment and change. Imposing “fear” through projection of lies, will crumble the…...

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Nabeel Tahir Nabeel is a research analyst and CEO of Honeycomb, a private investment consultation business, which is based out of both the U.A.E. and Pakistan. Previous he worked in the academic research field at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, where he completed his research doctorate in Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism.