Chasing Dreams with an Introvert Leader
borrys hasian from ALAMI
An introvert can be a leader without having to turn into an extrovert. The key lies in the intelligence and expertise we have. Learn about the success story of Borrys Hasian in realizing his dream as an introvert leader in this episode of #StoriesWorthTelling - Bulls Eyes.
"If I die tomorrow, what will I leave?" is a question that keeps ringing in the head of an introvert, Borrys Hasian, that led him to a managerial position.
In an abrupt decision, Borrys Hasian restarted his career path at the age of 30. It was not easy for him to repeat the stages from the beginning, but he still did all of that for a dream. For him, human life lasts very short. Thus, he wanted to make the most of it.
There are three things that are firmly held by Borrys Hasian. First, that life is very precious, so we should be able to choose a job that we like. Second, self-confidence, it's that we have the same potential as other people. Borrys believes that the human mind has enormous power. When we think we can, then we can, and vice versa.
Third, the impacts we can give on others. This is nothing but a combination of the two previous points. Borrys fully dedicates himself as a product designer as well as a leader who can give an impact on others.
Watch the full story about Borrys Hasian's journey to becoming an introverted leader in this episode of #StoriesWorthTelling - Bulls Eyes.
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