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Leadership Lessons in Drive

Leadership Lessons in Drive

Average levels of action will give you, at best, average results. If you want to achieve above-average outcomes, you must contribute above-average inputs. However, to achieve “Break-Out” outcomes that are worthy of your life-long commitment to Courageous Leadership, you must contribute sustained inputs that are consistently multiple times greater than the average – i.e. you must be Driven!

Leadership Lessons in Power

Leadership Lessons in Power

Per Edmund Burke’s famous quote – “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good (leaders) to do nothing.” As power always fills a void, if you don’t fill your world with your powerful leadership, someone else will, and they may not be the leader you want or need.

Here are four lessons I learned from creating, collecting, and using Courageous Leadership Power:

Leadership Lessons in Humility

For me, humility is the most important Courageous Leadership characteristic after the foundation of Courage and the four Pillars of Principles; Technical, Cognitive, & Emotional; Work, Family, & Self; and Vision. In fact, it is the first of six “enabling” characteristics that permit us, as Courageous Leaders, to operationalize Courageous Leadership.

Here are four lessons I learned from trying my best, with all my human foibles, to live and lead as a Humble Courageous Leader:

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