September 13, 2016 1 min read

 

Companies rise and fall on leadership. Governments rise and fall on leadership. Any movement that's trying to do something good rises and falls on leadership. Here's the reality: the strength of a nation of a culture of the whole human race rises and falls on the strength of it's leaders.  Whether you're the CEO of a multi-million dollar business or you're just a dude with a 9-5 job who wants to fucking kill it at that 9-5 job, you have to learn to lead. There's no other way to be successful.

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