The Mark of a True Leader
“However tough people face their fears and doubts head-on, and they overcome them so they can function at the highest level without that fear and doubt inhibiting their ability to perform at their best. Embracing fear and using it to push yourself to get better, takes courage”
Jay Bilas (Toughness: Developing True Strength On and Off the Court)
Russ continues his conversation with Stone Eleazer and Coach Braumon Creighton to discuss how to teach and develop real leaders. Rather than setting goals, it is developing internal character than trains a true leader. It is developing the ability to demand the most of ourselves. Preparation and courage are fundamental characteristics if we are to become effective leaders, whether in sports, school, or the workforce.
- Jay Bilas - Toughness: Developing True Strength On and Off the Court
- Braumon Creighton - “Those that Stay Will be Champions”
- Rocky III
- Karate Kid