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September 02, 2011



I always love to hear and see well known leaders stating that they need to focus on developing leaders as early as possible. The Leadership Challenge is one of my favorite books, thanks for the great post

Alexander Tiedemann

Oh, yeah! This sounds good. It's hard for other people to overcome situations that have left them feeling low during the day. Sometimes it affects what they do. You are right about taking a walk outside. I do that sometimes when I feel bad. It works for me. It's all in the mind.

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