Leading By Example: Tony Robbins On The Boston Bombing

In a previous post (http://www.piotrkrzyzek.com/leadership-starts-with-passion-people-not-market-needs/) I wrote about what it takes to be a great leader, Tony Robbins is a perfect example. On April 15th 2013, the Boston Marathon was bombed (Boston Bombing).

Most people send ‘wishes’ or ‘prayers’ and that’s it.

Tony Robbins took the initiative and is leading by example, he is already putting people together to go and help those in need. All within a few hours. A man with no connection there, he’s going out of his way to help them.

From Tony’s tweet:

Just landed & heard about the Boston Marathon Bombing. Sending Prayers to the victims & their families. We will assemble a team to help them
8:16pm · 15 Apr 13 · Twitter for Mac

Now that is leading by example.

Take note everyone. That is how you do it.

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