There’s a lot of benefit to being the guy-in-charge.
For example, it means that (no matter what) you will get something done. Even if you are a dullard, or an obsessive planner. Even a procrastinator.
Look – I didn’t say that the result would be “good” but, for better or worse, if you are the guy-in-charge, you will make some sort of progress, in relation to the rest of the World. Your progress may be to build a space shuttle, program a groovy new tech support assistant in Python, or.. deepen your entrenchment into the mud of your current circumstances.
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