Leadership and Liberty

Our world needs leadership more than ever. This book will inspire and assist you in playing your part.

 

Designed to build upon the truths expressed in Launching a Leadership Revolution, not only is this book an impressive review of timeless leadership principles, but it also focuses on leadership as applied by the concepts of liberty and freedom. Most importantly the focus is on the efforts to win back as much as we can of what has been lost in our lands.

 

Within these pages, you will not find any partisan pandering, overblown outrage, or worship of the “founding fathers.” Instead, you will encounter a delightful mix of leadership principles that any individual can put into action as part of a collective effort by the citizens of free countries everywhere. What you will discover is that there are concrete principles and valuable specifics that you can begin applying in your life and community right now.

 

The intent for this book is to not only inform and educate but to equip leaders—both new and experienced alike—to make a greater difference in the fight for the first principles of freedom. As Thomas Jefferson wrote, “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free ... it expects what never was and never will be.”

 

 

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Seeking God's glory is always good for us.
Real leaders have influence because they have character, get results, share the credit and accept the blame.
Principles wouldn't be principles if they changed based upon circumstances.
People with overpowering egos are hard to like for long, though we are still commanded to love them.
Our definitions of success may change as we age, but they should always involve being a force for good in the lives of others.
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