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Why These Things?

Why These Things?

Like I said, I'm not going to tell you to run with boats and logs or say that you aren't cut out to be a leader. And I don't need to tell you to live a healthy lifestyle and to work out. Chances are you know you need to do that. And frankly that advice wouldn't fit in these cards. I have a website for all of that.

This was designed to be a set of ideas that anyone can apply. But this is also a subjective list and may not be your ideal method. This is just mine.

The wonderful part of leadership is that we can pick and chose the best parts to keep and the worst to ignore. How do you lead?


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The excuse "that is how we have always done it" usually means that either they knew they were wrong and didn't care, or that they were too lazy to find a better way.

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