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Each year, nearly 90% of people who set New Year’s resolutions fail to keep them. How can you buck this trend rather than become yet another statistic of surrender? Professor Hitendra Wadhwa explores the process of discarding old habits and forming new ones that endure.
At his memorial service in 2011, each attendee received a gift that had been handpicked by Steve Jobs himself before he passed. Through this last act, Jobs shared a critical text that had shaped his journey. Who was the mysterious yogi behind this tour de force, and what were his
Nelson Mandela’s ascension from being a political prisoner doing hard manual labor to becoming the first democratically elected President of South Africa is the stuff that dreams are made of. But that’s only his outer journey. His inner journey, as a leader and a human being, is equally compelling.
What made Lincoln great wasn’t simply his strengths, but rather how he harnessed those strengths for the right purpose.
When studying the lives of great leaders—their actions, thoughts, choices, struggles, failures, and triumphs— we unconsciously internalize their life-lessons and start applying those findings in our own lives. This can help us be our best selves everyday without us even realizing it.
Why We All Need Heroes
Most of us do not realize how powerful it can be to have the right heroes in life and leadership. And so we miss out on a powerful opportunity to acquire the courage, wisdom and strength we need to pursue our dreams.
The Wrath of a Great Leader
Average leaders focus on results, and that’s it. Good leaders focus also on the behaviors that will get the results. But as this article reveals, great leaders like Martin Luther King focus on the emotions that will drive the right behavior.