Being a parent basically
This is probably the most realistic thing that happens to me as a father with 2 child. But somehow it always works out
100% applicable at work
Fake it till you make it
Even if the fate of Middle-Earth depends on it.
Isn't that what being a leader is?
When you're young, you say you don't know. When you get older, you make shit up with confidence. When you're older still, you'll learn that it is better to say you don't know.
99% of managers are just making decisions they don't understand but do it strongly as to maintain confidence. They don't get that it quickly errodes the confidence of the people who work with them. The honest way is difficult to apply because you have to compete with bullshitters who seem to have better result on the short term, but with the right approach, if you give it some time, people understand your worth.