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Jumpstart Your Journey to Success

LeadershipLives offers blueprints for success from great lives. Paul the Apostle, Sir Ernest Shackleton,

Ronald Reagan and Jane Austen, for example, achieved success by developing their natural strengths.

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

Endurance 

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.

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"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
Elvis - The Legend

I always wanted to drive across America.

An opportunity finally came along in 2014 to wander around thirty states for four months.

 

The visits to Elvis territory - Graceland, Sun Records, Tupelo, Studio B in Nashville - were highlights of the adventure. If you have a chance, go.

 

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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?

Click on the image to learn about Paul the Apostle.

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 career 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 put to use!

For more Life Lessons, click on the toolbar.

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