Tag: Courage

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What Stand is the Source of Your Leadership?

What Stand is the Source of Your Leadership?

There are those who have taken audacious stands in the world. A few that come to mind automatically for many are Mahatma Gandhi’s stand for a peaceful separation of India from Great Britain and John F. Kennedy’s stand to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. More recently Malala stands [...]

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Are You All In?

Are You All In?

"Are you all in?" is a pivotal question to ask yourself if you want to achieve anything remarkable. Of course, "yes" is the answer that will put you on the road to success.  However, the difference between saying "yes, I am all in" and being "all in" will be the deciding factor in whether you [...]

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Lead From Your Greatness Zone

Lead from Your Greatness Zone

Please join me in welcoming Jay Forte as a guest writer.  Jay's message about living in your Greatness Zone is at the heart of the call to lead.  I admire how Jay lives true to his message and am thrilled to have him join us here at Random Acts of Leadership.  -- Susan Mazza True [...]

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Take Action Despite Your Fear

Take Action Despite Your Fears

"True courage is not the absence of fear, but the willingness to proceed in spite of it." -Unknown Leading can be simple, but it is not always easy. Sometimes just the thought of doing something as simple as raising your hand can make your heart race uncontrollably. It did for me back in school and at [...]

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Are You Wired to Lead?

Are You Wired to Lead?

Skills are, of course, necessary if you want to lead others over time and do it effectively.  Nonetheless, if you have a purpose for leading and a strong desire to lead, you can develop the skills you will need. Yet despite ample evidence that leadership can be learned, some people will not choose to lead. [...]

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