If you had 10 minutes to teach the world anything, what would it be?
Followership. I'd teach that good followership is also good leadership. It's OK to ask questions and get the why behind the action. I actually weave followership into my training sessions in small doses where I can.
—Adrianna Noteboom Mullins, Sioux City, Iowa
Resilience. It is absolutely key to initiating and managing change. Nothing is more important.
—B. Sarah Phelps, Castle Rock, Colorado
Believe in yourself and take risks to let yourself grow for both your personal and professional development.
—Victoria Komjathy, Buffalo, New York
How to become a better version of yourself. Remember, it isn't about making yourself liked by others— it's about becoming someone you truly love and adore, which will in turn attract the right people and opportunities into your life.
—Jolleen Ruby D'sa, Bangalore, India
I'd ask people to help me learn something that's important to them and show them in the process that we can learn from anyone.
—Molly Cartwright, Kalamazoo, Michigan