12 Leadership Lessons from "The King's Speech"
The Duke of Windsor (later King George VI) struggled to overcome a speech impediment in order to fulfill his responsibilities as a great leader. He worked extraordinarily hard to overcome obstacles and achieve his ultimate goal.
The process that the duke followed to attain greatness was focused upon overcoming deep-rooted fears and limitations to personal growth.
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From boyhood, Prince Albert struggled with stammer. He struggled painfully in public, until his wife convinced him to seek the help of Lionel Logue, an Australian speech therapist....
Be a true version of yourself. Bertie's stammer humanized him and made him a hero.