“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” Abraham Lincolnhttp://amzn.to/1338abZ
“Building trust and rapport with your team is of up most importance for any leader. United States President Abraham Lincoln spent 75% of his time meeting with people. Lincoln believed that a leader must stay close to people. Leaders are other oriented. Lincoln knew that they were a great source of information. Lincoln also understood that his people were the team’s greatest asset. His philosophy was to see as many people as he could.”
Excerpt From: Bowser, Mark. “The Three Pillars of Success.” AudioInk, 2010. iBooks.
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