Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady have hit a home run with Launching A Leadership Revolution. Undeniably insightful, well researched and easy to read, their book is sure to become one of the most influential books written about leadership in recent years. The authors have created this book in order to share the business lessons they have learned and developed during the last 10 years while on the journey of building a successful business.

Success only seems hard if you don't compare it to the pain of mediocrity.
Re-post: "Level Four Leadership - "Every Captain was a Nelson""
Strong sailors are not made on calm seas.
Sometimes I'm seeing the sights, other times I'm a sight to see. (You can cite that on your site.)
Routine is the enemy of innovation.
Re-post: "On Becoming a Leader"
Politicians act as though they are responsible for a growing economy, but blame someone else for a shrinking one. Neither are true.
People on a mission are never understood by those in a rut.
One of the most entertaining of human behaviors is passionate ignorance.
OK. I get it that we are here to serve others. But what are they here for?
The forgetful baker looking for his lost bread: Where were you when I kneaded you?
No matter how many people stand and cheer for something wrong, it's still wrong.
Most fears are not as well founded as our worries would suggest.
It's hard to sit on your laurels when you're standing on principle.
Many is the man who thinks he is doing much because he begins many things.
Listen Up: Leadership at the highest levels has more to do with listening than speaking.
Legends may not be facts, but the existence of the legends is a fact.
Author Chris Brady's (@RascalTweets) Blog: Leadership Matters - The Ripple Effect
Leaders have to tear down fences. But they should also first find out why those fences were put there to begin with.
It's ok to look out for #1, as long as you make other people #1.
Reaching the end of your knowledge should lead to humbleness, not prejudice.
People naturally love competition & avoid confrontation, but true leadership requires cooperation & confrontation.
New Democracy Def: A system where many vote for the few to exploit the many for the benefit of the few w/many's blessing.
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Most critics protect themselves from criticism by doing nothing.
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I wish people could accomplish everything they want so they could learn its not everything they need.
It may be more comfortable to criticize others success, but much more rewarding to succeed yourself.
If you fill your head with positive thoughts, there won't be any room for negative ones.
The difference between a dream and a fantasy is action.
Licking your wounds will not stop the bleeding, but applying pressure will.
RT @viking4352: "You don't need a dream to do your duty" Orrin Woodward
Leaders recognize and leverage systems for big results.
Leaders always choose the harder right rather than the easier wrong.
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If it's tolerable, it's rarely changed.
I would rather face my fears than lose, but most people would rather lose than face their fears.

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