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Teddy Roosevelt put it well. “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena…” While the critic doesn’t count, the people behind the man in the arena do count. There would be no Impressionists without Paul Durand-Ruel, no Green Bay Packers early dynasty without Vince Lombardi, no great theater without the writers, producers, directors, designers, and stage managers that you do not see on stage, in the arena. The hero’s journey is about the hero. The leader’s journey is about the team.

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