"As a white person, I've often been put into leadership positions prematurely – because of my perceived qualities of 'leadership' as defined by white supremacy culture, such as I'm comfortable speaking, I'm okay with failure, etc. But these qualities of mine don't come from some innate abilities, they come from my proximity to comfort. I've had less risk and more resources."
We should create more proximity to comfort. Leadership shouldn't be about the lone wolf.
How do those of us who seem to have these leadership qualities reallocate and apply those resources underneath the leadership of other people? For example, if you have money to lead a nonprofit, use it to put a different voice in charge.