All the progress in science can’t be used to build a smell receptor as capable as the one that a true leader possesses–to smell trouble or just something fishy.

Pawan Mishra
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The most successful leaders are constantly on the lookout for trouble. They instinctively know when something is off, even if they can’t quite put their finger on it. Leaders are always able to smell trouble, which is why they are constantly looking for opportune moments to intervene or make a move.

Source: Coinman: An Untold Conspiracy

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