High wages and the capacity to assume responsibility are two things that belong together.
By The Napoleon Hill Foundation
It's been said that a leader's job is to inspire others to high levels of achievement, while a manager's job is to protect the assets of investors. The most successful people are those who recognize the similarities and differences between leadership and management responsibilities, fulfilling both with equal skill and aplomb. When they do, they realize the rewards that are commensurate with their efforts. When you cheerfully accept responsibility for your own actions and do your job in a way that protects the interests of your employer, you will soon be entrusted with more and more responsibilities. And those who have the capacity to assume responsibility -- for the success of the project or organization -- will always be paid the highest salaries.
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