It’s tough to lead at the office. You have constant HR headaches, cash flow issues, and operational problems, just to name a few. But it’s a lot tougher to lead at home. Why? First, you can’t fire your children. You’re a parent forever, no matter what your children say or do. Second, there is no paid or unpaid time off. You are always on the job, 24/7, doing their laundry, helping with homework, carpooling them to school, practice and games. Third, there are no salaries, bonuses or raises. As a parent, you are more like a constant ATM. Here are the rest of the 5 reasons why home is the hardest place to lead.
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