Recently there was a great article written by Steve Krull for Forbes. Reading this reminded me of a time early in my career when I had much less inexperience as a leader and before I was fortunate enough in life to have great mentors and Life Coaches like Robert (Bob) Anderson, Colleen R Cooper and Darin Lyon. “Back in the day”, I too fell into the “I” or “Me” trap – always compelled to focus on my personal contributions opposed to celebrating what others have accomplished or contributed to the “cause”. Because of purposeful feedback from trusted advisors and mentors I soon realized that one of the most important attributes of a true leader is working to develop those around you and then celebrating their success and accomplishments. Thanks again to Steve Krull with Forbes for inspiring this post.