Reasons or Results? Which do you desire?  Most of us have been conditioned to get a 'set of reasons' for our action or inaction.  Leaders always go for results.  Personal effort is key in all results.  Resistance is always present and grows in proportion to the significance of the goal or desired results. Preparation through learning is essential in creating the results the leader desires.  Belief and desire are key to gaining results.  Roman philosopher Seneca admonished, "the greater part of progress is the desire for progress."  It is this desire and belief that compels a leader to reach the seemingly unattainable.  The effective leader knows well the emotion of the country song, "How bad do you want it?"

Russ Hardesty
 



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