Heroship and Leaving A Legacy Aren’t Part of Leadership

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Imagine the following American cinematic experience: During the 19th century, you’re watching just about any western taking place somewhere in a small town. Here, heroes save towns from outlaws. Not even the local government and sheriffs could protect the town in the same way that these heroes could.

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Gary is a speaker, author, researcher, and leadership futurist. https://www.garyadepaul.com

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Gary is a speaker, author, researcher, and leadership futurist. https://www.garyadepaul.com

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