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…The 18th Method, and our last method is, Lead by example.…Albert Einstein said, leading by example isn't a…way to influence, it's the way to influence.…Here's how to do it.…First, show the strength of your convictions by…doing yourself what you want others to do.…As Gandhi said, be the change you wish to see in the world.…Second, tell them how you did it, and why it worked.…You yourself become an additional source of credibility.…Here's an example of this method in action.…
Dee Hock, founder of the credit card company Visa, organized a key…meeting back when the effort to expand Visa overseas was headed for failure.…He was at the pivot point of influence.…He asked the delegates to open a small gift he'd placed…for each of them on the table in front of them.…It was a pair of cufflinks.…On one, half of the world was surrounded with…the Latin phrase, Studium ad prosperandum, The will to succeed.…On the second, was the other half of the…world surrounded with voluntas in conveniendum, the grace to compromise.…
Hock said, we meet tomorrow for the final time…
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