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Rudolph Gulliani Due to the times and struggles of our nation I visualize Mayor Gulliani as an American leader He has handled our country in this time of turmoil as good if not better than any other leader John C Maxwell describes what it is to be a leader in his book The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Out of the 21 laws the four that pertain to Mayor Rudolph Gulliani during this time of crisis are The Law of Process The Law of Navigation The Law of Victory and The Law of Priorities Let us recall Rudolph Gulliani 15 years ago Chances are that the majority of Americans did not look at Rudolph Gulliani from the standpoint of a follower but as an equal According to Maxwell its true that some people are born with greater natural gifts than others the ability to lead is really a collection of skills nearly all of which can be learned and improved But that process doesnt happen overnight What this is saying is that leaders are bread Mayor Gulliani is a New York Native born in Brooklyn After college he went on to law school to pursue a law degree and following law school he became a United States Attorney in the state of New York My father had the opportunity to work with Rudolph Gulliani as a Drug Enforcement Agent in the City of New York My father has told me that Gulliani was a defense attorneys worst nightmare He was respected intimidating and always searching for advancement All of which are attributes of a leader Maxwell says that it is the capacity to develop and improve their skills that distinguishes leaders from their followers After working for the US Attorney Gulliani stretched his wealth of knowledge into politics where he continued his mold as a leader Even after his tenure as the mayor of New York Gulliani is running for US Senate Just another
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