"Mastering others is strength. Mastering oneself makes you fearless"
Just because you are capable of managing others, it does not make you a great leader or mentor. One must learn how to manage his or her ego internally, be willing and ready to recognize own opportunities and weaknesses, and be ready to work hard to turn opportunities learned into personal strengths. It's equally important for a leader to be open to constructive feedback, and be willing to make necessary adjustments and take necessary steps to implement lessons learned from feedback received into personal development plan. Once we learn how to effectively manage ourselves, we could be able to open doors to the world of leadership, personal and professional growth and development.