Executive Leadership

What do Sean “Puffy” Combs, Bill Clinton, Britney Spears, Tiger Woods and Condoleezza Rice all have in common? Ambition.

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Some chalk it up to good fortune, but Margaret Thatcher’s success as England’s prime minister was not due to Lady Luck at all.

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In the midst of the McMansion boom, along comes a tiny little house that creates a whole new market.

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Many leaders are so busy with daily tasks that they fail to keep
abreast of industry events and trends. Use these three tactics to keep
that from happening to you:

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For a while there, after Andy Roddick had taken the second set from
Roger Federer in this year’s U.S. Open, it looked as though he might
just prevail against the world’s most dominant athlete this side of
Tiger Woods. Now, the men’s tennis final would go at least four sets.

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This made Ulysses S. Grant unique among American generals: He had both strategic vision and tactical competence.

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Mike Huckabee is a rarity: a Republican governor of Arkansas. At first, Huckabee’s relations with the state’s Democrats ran rough. But the Baptist minister and masterful salesman took steps to find
common ground with Democrats and get things done.

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Leaders deal in hope. Here are seven steps to reinforce it:

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When Billy Kilmer joined the Washington Redskins in 1971, people
wondered how the feisty quarterback would interact with the team’s
established quarterback, Sonny Jurgensen.

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The career of Booker T. Washington began with two basic desires: an education and the means to get it. From there, all his later ideas about financial success — many of them a century ahead of their time — flowed.

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