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  • Writer's pictureTünde Lukacs

What if I told you that you don't have to do it alone?

We picture leaders as these lone figures at the top. But what if that's not the only path? What if the key to great leadership is finding your tribe?

I used to think the same way. I'd network, but it felt empty. I didn't see the immediate impact. I thought I could do it all myself.

Turns out, I was wrong.

Then, I started finding a meaning in networking. I met people I connected with, not just networked with. We talked goals, not job titles.

When we clicked, I asked questions like "How can I help you achieve your goals?". I did not expect anything in return, and guess what: better conversations started. And this is how I picked my tribe. Suddenly, I saw the value in having people who push and support you.

Networking didn't get easier, but it got better. Building a tribe means finding people who see your potential and cheer you on. It means ditching surface-level chit-chat for deeper connections. For impact.

That's the difference between a network and a tribe. Real leadership isn't a solo act, it's about finding those who make the climb alongside you.

How has your tribe helped you grow as a leader? Share your story below!

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