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5 Inspiring Lessons In Leadership From Simon Sinek

Clarity, Discipline and Consistency

  • Clarity Of Why: Great leaders have a clarity of Why they are doing what they do. 
  • The Discipline of How: The Why is held accountable by how things are done, and it is the most challenging component. 
  • The Consistency of What: Your 'What' is the result of your beliefs and actions. Everything you say or do, your products or services, has to have a certain consistency.

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