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What the Lance Armstrong Story Teaches About Sustainable Leadership

Next Level Blog

Anyone in the market for a 24” by 36” signed color portrait of Lance Armstrong leading the Tour de France? Over the past several weeks, Armstrong has experienced one of the most dramatic self induced falls from grace ever. I’ve had one on my office wall for four or five years but I’ll be taking it down now.

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Leading In Difficult Times With Steve Armstrong

Joseph Lalonde

Answers From Leadership Episode 31 Steve Armstrong is a Calgary-based speaker, educator, and consultant. Continue Reading… The post Leading In Difficult Times With Steve Armstrong appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. My recommendation for this week is How to Stay Motivated: Developing the Qualities of Success by Zig Ziglar.

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It’s Not About the Bike: A Lesson from Lance Armstrong

Leading Blog

Lance Armstrong once wrote: “I believed I had a responsibility to be a good person, and that meant fair, honest, hardworking and honorable. If I did that, if I was good to my family, true to my friends, if I gave back to my community or to some cause, if I wasn't a liar, a cheat, or a thief, then I believed that should be enough.”

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Better Einstein than Armstrong


Better Einstein than Armstrong. When I was younger, a mentor of mine use to say, “Better Einstein than Armstrong.” He had no idea, of course, just how lopsided the Einstein/Armstrong contest proved to be. I took the liberty of assembling the photos above of Armstrong, Spitzer, and Madoff. Dishonest Role Model.

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The wisdom of Neil Armstrong….

First Friday Book Synopsis

Although he will be remembered as the first human being to walk on the surface of the moon, Neil Armstrong said something in later years that I will always think about whenever his name is mentioned. He was justifiably proud of his various achievements as an astronaut and, especially, the “moon walk” but whenever praised [.].

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Five Things Leaders Need to Learn Now and Remember Forever

Kevin Eikenberry

Similar to 9-11, Neil Armstrong stepping foot on the moon, or the assassination of President Kennedy, we will never forget it. The spring of 2020 will be an event we will all remember the rest of our lives. It is my belief that we can take much more from this than a memory. There are […].

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Neil Armstrong and Future NASA Missions

Building Personal Strength

We were watching a live broadcast of the fuzzy image of Neil Armstrong in a bulky space suit step slowly down to the lunar surface. TV image of Neil Armstrong taking "one small step" Neil Armstrong recently passed away at the age of 82. His voice crackled: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."