Posted by: Costin | February 3, 2011


The mainstream actions of a successful leader should be to create other leaders and not to lead followers.

It’s catchy, it sounds good but somehow unrealistic. Well, it is real. It’s more than a joy when you see that your actions made the people start help themselves. It’s done by looking at the tick factor for both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation under the RLFH attitude.



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