The Path of the Warrior


A warrior is a person experienced in or capable of engaging in combat or warfare, literally or figuratively.  Most leaders are figurative warriors, those who  show great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness in everyday challenges.  Merely acting like a warrior is insufficient,  a warrior leader must become one by consistently walking the path of:

1.  Integrity – honest and sincere
2.  Impeccability – faultless character
3.  Outrageous – excessively bold
4.  Personal Power – ability to act

The leader shows that style is not more important than substance, and that creating an impression is not more potent than acting from one’s center – Lao Tzu (500BC)

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