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Leadership in the News
|Mike Myatt talks about how to tell the difference between real leaders and wannabes in Why You're Not a Leader. Read more >>
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January 30: Blogtalk Radio - Ask the Muse
| Author Linda Cureton will be discussing her latest book on BlogTalk Radio Ask the Leadership Muse. |
The next show is Light Up Your Leadership available on demand.
Leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr., Mother Theresa, or Walt Disney were visionary leaders who left a mark on society. These leaders helped others see into the future - to see a better place, a happier tomorrow, a different possibility.
Often the future seems dark and murky. But leaders have the ability to shed light on the shadows of uncertainty. In this show, we will talk about how to improve your leadership walk and try lighting up your leadership vision.
Lighted Up Leadership
One of the biggest visionaries of modern times is Walt Disney. He had a vision for "... the happiest place in the world" where horses could jump and there would be no chipped paint. This would be a beautiful place where visitors could ride to the moon or ride on horses being conveyed by their imagination augmented by his technology and artistic genius.
Many have said that it was unfortunate that Disney died before he could see his vision of Disneyland completed - but he truly "saw" that magical place and was able to inspire others to see his vision.