Less Followers Is Good

Imagine two classrooms with similar teachers. One has 15 students, the other, 32. Which group gets a better education? The smaller class – because the teacher has more time to spend customizing the lesson to each student. She has fewer students, hence fewer disruptions as well.

Great leaders don’t try to please everyone.

Great leaders don’t water down their message in order to make the tribe a bit bigger.

Instead, they realize that a motivated, connected tribe in the midst of a movement is far more powerful than a larger group could ever be.

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