Something so Right – The Most Powerful Practice Leaders Can Model and Share
You don’t have to be a Paul Simon fan to learn about leadership from him. Yes, from Paul Simon, the singer-songwriter. Chances are you’ve heard of one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century. Twice inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, he’s the creator behind groundbreaking hits spanning decades, from “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and “Still Crazy After All These Years” to “Graceland” and his most recent, “Seven Psalms.” Over time, he’s been lauded by fellow artists and fans for his singularly unique way with words and musical composition. You wouldn’t be faulted for concluding that that’s why he’s not been simply innovative, but a marketable success and one of the best-selling artists of all time. It’s true that ideas and innovations absolutely play a part. Yet, history is awash in innovators and inventions that never took, let alone had a rippling impact and staying power.