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“Leadership is Not about The Next Election, It's about The Next Generation.”

Simon Sinek

“Leadership is The Art of Getting Someone else to Do Something you Want Done because He Wants to Do it.”

Dwight D. Eisenhower

“Don't Tell People how to Do Things, Tell them what to Do and Let them Surprise You with their Results.”

George S. Patton

“Leadership is Lifting a Person's Vision to High Sights, The Raising of a Person's Performance to a Higher Standard, The Building of a Personality beyond its Normal Limitations.”

Peter Drucker

“Nearly all Men can Stand Adversity, but if You Want to Test a Man's Character, Give him Power.”

Abraham Lincoln

“Perfection is Not Attainable, but if We Chase Perfection We can Catch Excellence.”

Vince Lombardi

“A Leader Takes People where They Want to Go. A Great Leader Takes People where They Don’t Necessarily Want to Go but ought to be.”

Rosalynn Carter

“Leadership is The Key to 99 Percent of all Successful Efforts.”

Erskine Bowles

“It is Better to Lead from Behind and to Put others in Front, Especially when You Celebrate Victory when Nice Things occur. You Take The Front Line when there is Danger. Then People will Appreciate Your Leadership.”

Nelson Mandela

“A Genuine Leader is Not a Searcher for Consensus but a Molder of Consensus.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Leaders must be Close enough to Relate to Others, but Far enough Ahead to Motivate them.”

John C. Maxwell

“Great Leaders can See The Greatness in Others when They Can’t See it Themselves and Lead them to their Highest Potential They Don’t even Know.”

Roy T. Bennett

“Courage is Not The Absence of Fear. It is Going Forward with The Face of Fear.”

Abraham Lincoln

“I Alone Cannot Change The World, but I can Cast a Stone across The Water to Create many Ripples.”

Mother Teresa

“True Leadership Stems from Individuality that is Honestly and Sometimes Imperfectly Expressed… Leaders should Strive for Authenticity over Perfection.”

Sheryl Sandberg

“Leadership and Learning are Indispensable to Each Other.”

John F. Kennedy

“There is No Passion to be Found Playing Small in Settling for a Life that is Less than The One You are Capable of Living.”

Nelson Mandela

“A Man can only Lead when Others Accept him as their Leader, and He has only as much Authority as his Subjects Give to him. All of The Brilliant Ideas in The World Cannot Save Your Kingdom if No One will Listen to them.”

Brandon Sanderson

“The Growth and Development of People is The Highest Calling of Leadership.”

Harvey S. Firestone

“The Best Way to Destroy an Enemy is to Make him a Friend.”

Abraham Lincoln

“Leadership is The Capacity to Translate Vision into Reality.”

Warren G. Bennis

“He who Cannot be a Good Follower Cannot be a Good Leader.”

Aristotle

“Teamwork Makes The Dream Work, but a Vision Becomes a Nightmare when The Leader has a Big Dream and a Bad Team.”

John C. Maxwell

“Leadership is Unlocking People’s Potential to Become Better.”

Bill Bradley

“Money Won’t Create Success, The Freedom to Make it will.”

Nelson madela

“Lead Me, Follow Me, or Get The Hell Out of My Way.”

George S. Patton Jr.

“He who has Never Learned to Obey Cannot be a Good Commander.”

Aristotle

“To Command is to Serve, Nothing More and Nothing Less.”

Andre Malraux

“If You would Convince a Man that He does Wrong, do Right. But do Not Care to Convince him. Men will Believe what They See. Let them See.”

Henry David Thoreau

“Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader.”

Margaret Fuller

“We do Not Need Magic to Change The World, We Carry all The Power We Need Inside Ourselves already: We have The Power to Imagine Better.”

J. K. Rowling

“You must Be The Change You Wish to See in The World.”

Mahatma Gandhi

“Keep away from People who Try to Be Little Your Ambitions. Small People always Do that, but The Really Great Make You Feel that You, too, can Become Great.”

Mark Twain

“The Speed of The Leader is The Speed of The Gang.”

Mary Kay Ash

“We are all Faced with a Series of Great Opportunities Brilliantly Disguised as Impossible Situations.”

Chuck Swindoll

“No Man is Good enough to Govern another Man Without that Other’s Consent.”

Abraham Lincoln

“The Best Way a Mentor can Prepare Another Leader is to Expose him or her to Other Great People.”

John C. Maxwell

“Management is Doing Things Right; Leadership is Doing The Right Things.”

Peter Drucker

“A Good Leader can Engage in a Debate Frankly and Thoroughly, Knowing that at The End He and The Other Side must Be Closer, and thus Emerge Stronger. You Don’t have that Idea when You are Arrogant, Superficial, and Uninformed.”

Nelson Mandela

“I Don't See Myself Being Special; I just See Myself Having More Responsibilities than The Next Man. People Look to Me to Do Things for them, to have Answers.”

Tupac Shakur