A leader’s second greatest virtue is patience; the first is impatience.
Sequence rules; frequence follows.
Lead a thirsty horse to water; he’ll drink.
Cure mediocrity; do what is impossible.
What doesn’t work leads us to what does.
Followers see a lot of work, leaders a lot of worth.
The best leader is the worst follower.
To lead one must know when to recede.
The greatest leaders celebrate their weakest followers.
To benefit others, do what doesn’t benefit you.