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grab   Friday, 06/11/21 07:07:55 PM
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Adding to your "food for thought"
Generally the internet is only good for those who model it on themselves and their success. people like Gates, Bezos, Zukerberg, etc. but they were just lucky and had a huge amount of followers.
How many real managers and leaders do you know of. Very few if any , I'll bet.
Let's take a few principles of a true leader to be reckoned with.
NOT a salesman or what is generally known as a marketer, but nothing more than a polished used car salesman, fill of tricks.

Let's have a look at a few REAL leadership qualities:
Experienced in a particular field or fields.
Well rounded in education and ETHICS.
and more.
Now let's take any that you are familiar and deal with.
I bet very few cover many if ANY of the above.
Particularly the following; truthful, empathy,intelligent (not smarts), Knowledgeable, Well rounded in education and ETHICS.
You see so many get by with promises seldom kept,innuendo, inference and downright lies and scamming plans. These things are the things that suck most in and are the most damaging.
Have a close look and look at timelines, consistency and events. Then you will see that what is on the internet is what the posters want everyone to believe.

As you say"PEACE"

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