Addictions come in many shapes and sizes. In some cases, addictions can happen almost overnight. Other addictions subtly happen over time. So it goes with income and stability. Leaders void of a specific understanding of their core, are very likely to fall into this unstable stability. It is easy for income and stability to become defined by what a leader has, as well as the lens through which a leader defines who they are.

Levels of income, and the appetite for more, can drive a leader’s perception of stability. In the absence of a leader’s connection to their core, income and stability become welded together. And when they do, it can weigh down their leadership and become a heavy load for any leader to carry.

In an society defined by economics, the core of any leader becomes all the more critical for creating healthy stability. Share your thoughts with us below!