Why smart CEOs sabotage themselves

12/20/2012 | ThoughtLeaders blog

Many bosses reach the top of their profession by sacrificing and playing by the rules during their 20s and 30s, only to find themselves veering off course as they grow older, writes Brian Gast. That can lead to poor strategic decision-making, unprofessionalism and moral lapses, or even problem behaviors such as gambling and infidelity. To avoid self-sabotage, it's important to be honest about your unmet needs, and to find less destructive ways to channel your energies.

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