So much of the time in business we feel the need to try and be the perfect team-mate, the perfect employee, the perfect boss.  But of course that’s not very achievable.  Is it better to be a character – to be remarkable and inspiring to others even with (because of) our flaws?

Yesterday I had the great honour of sharing some thoughts at hubbub’s third birthday party and I realised that the key characters in that team were indeed inspiring and remarkable and bore a striking resemblance to their alter-egos (even moreso than the physical resemblance which is shown below).

How much fun, and how rewarding is it to identify with remarkable characters as a way to help us lead others to great things?

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