Before leading others, the truly great leaders in history learned first to lead themselves, to gain control over the internal forces that drove them, and those internal forces that furnished the mental and emotional fortitude to accomplish those things they are known for in our history books today. These same great leaders stand as examples to us today, living examples demonstrating the power of the internal pillars of excellence all hold deep within. Once you learn how your internal pillars can be directed, managed, utilized, and called upon when needed, you'll consciously experience the level of inborn leadership aptitude all people have, whether they are consciously aware of it or not. You'll gain greater control over your own life first, then go on to empower others through the skills you've developed.
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Published September 12, 2006
Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical.