Why You Need A Sharp Steely Leader
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I use diamond paddles to hone the first tooth.Lt.Col.Hal Moore was credited with saving most of his men in the first major conflict of the Vietnam War at the Battle of la Drang.He was able to drop his men into the middle of an enemy stronghold - the only escape was straight up via helicopter.
His company persevered.One virtue he instilled in his soldiers was that 'there's always one more thing you can do to increase your odds of success.' Moore's men also knew he would be the first man on the ground in battle and the last to leave.
He retired a lieutenant general in the U.S.Army in 1977, he died in February 2017.I looked at the first tooth of my handsaw a while back and thought of Moore.A saw is a row of soldiers ready and willing to do battle for you.
Yet there is only one tooth among the many that leads by example and motivates the others to perform at their peak, tracking straight and cutting smooth.That tooth is a saw's Hal Moore - it is the first to enter the battlefield and the last to leave.
This is evident when you...