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The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do by Steve Farber
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“Leadership is the art of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations.”
Steve Farber, The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do
“Four words that describe leadership,” he counted them off on his fingers. “Love. Energy. Audacity. Proof.”
Steve Farber, The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do
“I may not have the capacity to love everyone, but I do have the capacity to act as if I do and run my business accordingly.” —Agnes Golden”
Steve Farber, The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do
“Then why don’t I stop? My answer was different from Patrick’s, because Patrick was a professional and I am a lunatic. Poet Charles Bukowski said it this way: “The difference between a madman and a professional is that a pro does as well as he can within what he has set out to do and a madman does exceptionally well at what he can’t help doing.” I do this work because I can’t help it; I have to do it. If that means I’m nuts, so be it.”
Steve Farber, The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do
“I believed that effective leadership could help people to accomplish a couple of significant things at work. First, it would help create a culture so vibrant and healthy that when people woke up in the morning and thought about the imminent workday they wouldn’t be overcome with a sense of dread and wouldn’t doubt whether or not they could survive the day. Instead, they’d be filled with hope and the knowledge that they could bring themselves fully into their work and do something cool, something significant, something meaningful.”
Steve Farber, The Radical Leap Re-Energized: Doing What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do