In order to succeed, you need to be many steps ahead of your competitors. Leaders who aim to be the frontrunners are the ones who are willing to try new ideas and be the best at what they do. They ask themselves what can be done to make an already existing idea even better, and they are willing to do so.
Those who chase are always behind, trying to catch up, and waiting for what will happen next, and this can be exhausting. Those who chase will make excuses and wait for others to succeed before taking their own steps. As a result, chasers wonder why they can't get ahead in this cycle of chasing because something else is on the horizon in the time it takes a chaser to jump on board.
What kind of leader do you want to be? Do you want to lead or chase? Listen to your intuition, stop making excuses, and become a fierce leader!