Ask the question, “What is leadership?” and you will get many answers: moving people toward a goal; helping others see the future; organizing people and resources for a common cause; bringing a picture of the future into view; and so on. Each of these responses is correct, yet each is also different. Nevertheless, they all have a common perspective. They all look from the leader outward—toward the organization, toward people, toward resources, and toward the future. Another thing all the answers have in common is that they all overlook the most important aspect of leadership! The most important aspect of leadership is self-leadership. The perspective of self-leadership is looking inward.