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Jumpstart Your Journey to Success

Leadership Lives offers blueprints for success. 

Sir Ernest Shackleton, Jane Austen, and Elvis Presley were successful because they used their strengths.

Their stories, and more, provide valuable lessons on leadership and career management.


For a brief overview of Shackleton's Endurance expedition, click on the image.

To learn more about Shackleton, click Shackleton's Way on the toolbar.

"An important addition to any leader's library."

The Seattle Times

"Even though the target market is leaders and managers, Shackleton's Way has much broader appeal and application."

The Boston Globe
George Washington's
1748 Life-Shaping Journey

Have you ever wondered how George Washington got to be George Washington? His remarkable life was shaped by a month-long journey when he was 16 years old.

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Julia Ward Howe and the
Battle Hymn of the Republic

Building on Elvis Presley's magnificent American Trilogy, let's take a look at how Julia Ward Howe came to write the Battle Hymn of the Republic in the first year of the Civil War. 

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Edward Hopper - American Master

Artist Edward Hopper mesmerizes us with images of America - a land of endless horizons and limitless possibilities. Even when life is bleak.

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Elvis - The Legend

On July 5, 1954, 19-year-old Elvis Presley invented rock 'n roll and began to blast the new sound into America's bloodstream.


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Paul the Apostle - Part 1

Almost single-handedly, Paul the Apostle spread the Lord's gospel - love God and love one another -  throughout the world. Who was this extraordinary man?

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Reagan's Journey
Lessons from a Remarkable Career

Ronald Reagan's start in life couldn't have been more unpromising. Yet within months of graduating from college at the bottom of the Depression, he was on his way to spectacular success. How did he do that? What can we learn from him?

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Starting out at the bottom of the Depression, Ronald Reagan coached himself to the top of five professions - broadcaster, movie star, union leader, corporate ambassador and statesman. 

An amazing story packed with career and life lessons that you can use!

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