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First he talked about the importance of inspiration. Then he described the power of passion. Then he shared the value of vision. Then I almost fell asleep. The professor was describing the traits of a great leader. I certainly didn't disagree with his list: Vision, passion, inspiration,...
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Does this sound familiar? You’re feeling a bit uneasy – say, a tightness in your chest or a rumbling in your stomach. You search your mind for the cause, and you think of something unsettling that happened in the office yesterday, a difficult conversation you need to have or a deadline you’re...
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