There comes a time in every leader’s tenure when it’s time to start letting go.
Time to pass the batton, or risk letting their team die.
A good leader makes themselves replaceable.
A bad one leaves their project to perish along with their involvement.
If you’re not replaceable, your project isn’t sustainable, and unsustainable projects aren’t worth much investment.
It’s fine to start things on your own. Sometimes it’s the only way things get made.
But your ceiling operating alone is far lower than working alongside a group of compassionate people you trust.
Find your tribe.
Make a ruckus.
Get to work.