I shouldered checked and began to change lanes. My side mirror sensor sounded off alerting me to a potential danger. I quickly veered back avoiding any damage.
I didn’t notice the car beside me.
It was in my blind spot.
Great leaders, the ones we admire, surround themselves with people who alert them to their blind spots. Because as good as they are, they know they don’t notice everything.
Who’s helping you with your blind spots?