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What an ugly sweater taught me about leadership? Servant Leadership.
Do not be embarrassed by your failures, learn from them and start again.
I am sitting here today as an absolute failure.
he night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre, did you know he was carrying:
-Two pairs of glasses.
-A small velvet eyeglass cleaner.
-An ivory pocketknife.
-A large handkerchief with “A. Lincoln” stitched in red.
-A tiny pencil.
-A brass sleeve button.
-A fancy watch fob.
-And a brown wallet with a Confederate five-dollar bill, and eight newspaper clippings.
Pat Summitt, the very successful coach of the women’s basketball team at the University of Tennessee, said: “Accountability is essential to personal growth, as well as team growth. How can you improve if you’re never wrong? If you don’t admit a mistake and take responsibility for it, you’re bound to make the same one again.”