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June 04, 2006



Great post. In researching leadership I found a great summary if its principles is to "Be Know Do". Comparing this to our experiences with Al Gore's public life, you've shown that he *knows* his stuff, and even *does* quite a lot, but rarely did we see him *be* it. Now that he's able to show it, he's much more credible as a leader.

I've summarized the Be Know Do principle in a recent blog at: http://djhowatt.blogspot.com/2006/06/leadership_04.html

Let me know what you think.


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