Part of being a boss is taking young men and women teaching them the things that made you a success.
Whether it is at the office, with family or a mentoring program, teaching can be very rewarding to both teacher and pupil.
Novice learners can discover the in's and out's of success by studying under someone who has been there before and knows how to get there. And teachers, while in the act of teaching, often get questions that they don't know the answer to, which leads to enrichment and further knowledge.
When it comes to teaching, I'm always happy to help out my friends, family and co-workers to learn a subject that I'm familiar with. I've also started mentoring inner-city youth to show them that there is a bright future ahead of them if they work hard in school and stay out of trouble.
Being a boss means taking the things you have learned and passing them down to the next generation. Do it, and you'll go far.