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The World's Most Powerful Leadership Principle: How to Become a Servant Leader

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  • Posted June 25, 2010

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    Helped my marriage

    Oddly enough, this book showed me how to lead my wife (or be a better husband that she needs). The principles discussed can be applied in almost any area of life for both personal and professional situations. I started reading this book not for the purpose of improving my marriage, but to learn leadership principles that can be applied in the workforce. The principles transcend the workplace and prove essential and compatible in all areas of life. I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2004

    A Great Book for those who Aspire to Lead Well

    This is a great book on how to talk, listen, heal and love those you lead. Hunter correctly understands that human nature is all about the individual but that true leadership is a serving skill that is learned. On the other hand, though everyone is saying that it's all about the money, its never all about the money. Leadership is all about how you love people. That's this book in a nutshell--a succinct account and a good read on what it truly means to be a leader from one who's been in the trenches and seen man at his best and his ugliest--and loves men anyway!

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