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Cooperation – A Trait Of A Leader

Oh the mistakes I made today and yesterday evening. They had mostly to do with my email sending. I will have to be more careful to double check titles and sending of emails!

Well, we all make mistakes, the important thing is to learn from them and keep going. Today\’s just meant that people got more emails from me today than usual with notes and corrections lol.

I finished the Proto review as you saw in my previous post. I was going to do one on OpinionBank as well, but I decided I wanted to work on a product I\’ll be launching in about a month instead.

This will be my first product launch so I\’m pretty excited about it. I\’ve had ideas for other products but they haven\’t gotten past the idea stage yet and are really too big for a beginner. I need to break them down into smaller products so that\’s what I\’m going to do.

So this first product is called Massive Mail Path. Look forward to it!

Napoleon Hill talks a lot about leadership in his discussion of the sixth step to riches – organized planning. And being a leader really does call for tons of organized planning.

But he also talks about the traits of a leader, some of which I pointed out yesterday too. 

One trait he points out that I want to mention is cooperation. A leader must be able to cooperate with others and induce their followers to do the same. It is of the utmost importance.

A person who cannot cooperate with others will in no way remain a leader for any length of time – if he can even get to the role of leader in the first place.

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