President Abraham Lincoln surrounded himself with leaders who brought strength through diversity and mutual challenge.  He sought advice from people of all capacities - some as strong as himself or even stronger. He had no fear of being crushed or overridden by others, which was a mark of sincere intention. His confidence allowed him to practice the LAW OF EMPOWERMENT, which helped him succeed during a critical time in human history. 

Law of Empowerment

  • Identify & Lift Up Leaders
  • Believe in others and they’ll believe in themselves
  • Give credit to those performing well
  • Share the blame with those performing poorly
SourceLaws of Leadership, by John C. Maxwell