I have to be honest, I never knew who Sheryl Sandberg was until I read her book. I remember reading an article where Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead was included in one of those Top 10 Books to Read. As I do, I wrote it down on my To Read 2017 List on my phone. It sat there waiting and wishing, hoping to be read one day. Then I went to the library to pick up another book (yes, I have a library card and actively use it) and scrolled through my list to see if any of them were there. There it was.
I spent a week making my way through the chapters and every single one of them had something valuable to teach me. I wrote on over 50 sticky notes and stuck them right next to points I found insightful. Here is a short list of those I found the most inspirational and insightful about leadership.
10 Leadership Lessons From Sheryl Sandberg's Book Lean In
The main takeaway I took from the book is to be yourself, stay focused, and set your limits.
"Dream big, forge a path through the obstacle, and achieve [your] potential." -Sheryl Sandberg
Don't fear the next level of your career. Embrace the challenge and take the steps forward in your industry.
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