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When Drew Brees first joined the Saints, the team was coming off a dismal 3-13 season.
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"There are four ingredients for true leadership: brains, soul, heart and good nerves" said the WEF executive chairman in 2015.
Your response should show you take the job seriously, but don't take yourself seriously.
Be direct, open and vulnerable.
"The size of the step you take isn't important," said Obama. "What matters is that you take it."
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His side gig snagged him an introduction to music legend Jimmy Iovine.
Be vulnerable and seek out your blindspots.
If you haven't finalized your New Year's resolutions yet, billionaire adventurer Richard Branson has a simple recommendation for you: get out there and try something new.
"It represents a $100 billion market today and is set to grow to nearly four times that size by 2050."
Forget resolutions and take these simple steps instead.
Past words include "spacious" and "gentle."
"A lot of people underestimate just how much innovation will make life better," said Gates.
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The size of the step doesn't matter, he said. "What matters is that you take it."
It's a tradition he started as president.
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