An Example of Leadership

The Cleveland Browns have been trying to find the “right fit” quarterback for many years now.  In the draft before this year, they chose two high profile players.  One was running back Trent Richardson whom they promptly traded to the Colts just a few weeks ago.  The other was Brandon Weeden, touted as the quarterback of the Brown’s future. Weeden beat out incumbent quarterback Colt McCoy who was a fan favorite because the guy tried so hard and had so …


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One comment on “An Example of Leadership

  1. John Lester on said:


    You have hit on one of the current concerns I have as I see some of our leaders. They lack a good positive character, and seem to only want to be noticed, not noted for their leadership and desire to step in and get the job done. Lying and not fully telling the truth just to frighten people is not the right way, it is better to encourage people and help them do a better job.

    Thank you for your comments.

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