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The Law Of Intuition

Leaders evaluate everything with a leadership bias. They base their leadership decisions as much on intuition as on facts. That often separates great leaders from merely good ones.

Who you are dictates what you see.

Leaders have the ability to step back from whats happening at the moment & to discern not only where the organization has been but also where it is headed.

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