remarkable leadership

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To be, or not to be…

To “be” means living with your head up. It means being aware. It means dreaming (in the highest clouds) instead of diving (into the ground). It means sticking your neck out at times. It means facing your circumstances (and changing them). It means exposing yourself to the world (and the elements life presents).

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Great leaders challenge their own status

Mediocre leaders: Protect their status by surrounding themselves with mediocre people in a futile attempt to avoid competition. Don’t realize that an absence of external influence will unavoidably lead to complacency in many, if not all, areas. Hire people who perform below their own capabilities as a way to protect their ‘perceived power.’ Admirable leaders,…

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