The book answers one simple two-part question: "What did this person do during the battle of Gettysburg, and how can I benefit from what this person did?" For example, an officer had to make a quick decision to take advantage of a situation when all the facts he needed where right in front of him. Lesson? With all the facts available, you can make a smart decision and you can make it fast.
Here are 88 short stories, with more than 220 life-lessons that instruct the reader on how to be successful in everyday situations. The dominant theme of the book is leadership and how it's already alive and pumping in your DNA. It is this inherent quality, says the author, that provides us the motivation and inspiration to succeed everyday.
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"Hemphill's writing style is lucid and succinct, and the rapid-fire, short bursts of information, examples, and applications can be read in small doses to allow the reader to dwell on each story and find practical self-applications. The book can be read in daily journal format, with one or two stories at a time to challenge the reader to excel and emulate the example." (Scott Mingus, Sr.)
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