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Why you need to wake your warrior

When I mention the title of our leadership program the reactions can be divided into two categories. One group loves the title Waking your Warrior and can immediately identify with it. The other group starts to frown, leans back and says “I don’t think the world needs more fighters, do you?” And to be clear about that: No, I definitely don’t think we do!

So why then do we want to challenge the warrior in you? And what, from our perspective, creates this division in the responses?

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