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When he was a student at West Point, William Tecumseh Sherman’s peers regarded him as an excellent cook, particularly for the bread-and-potato hash that he whipped up using the fireplace in his room.
Already well-known in the early days of the Civil War, James A. Garfield received orders to report to Washington, D.C., and resume his military duties after a serious illness.
Widen your circle of potential new contacts by treating cold callers cordially.
Stay ahead of your competition by having each team member monitor one of your competitors closely.
Rate each employee on a scale of 1-to-10.
James Brown, known as “The Godfather of Soul,” maintained a leadership position in popular music for decades, probably even transcending his death in December. Here are some of the career stratagems Brown passed on to others in the industry:
During the Alexandrian War, Julius Caesar needed to sail the Roman fleet through a narrow sea channel that allowed only a few ships to pass at a time. The enemy, a larger Alexandrian fleet, was on the other side waiting.
Abolitionist John Brown gave his own life and those of three sons in raids that helped touch off the Civil War.
We realize that you can’t be a leader “on the rise” forever. But coasting once you hit your apex only ensures a swift decline.
Dubbed the “Empire Builder,” James Hill laid more than 6,000 miles of railroad in his lifetime.
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