„When you were made a leader you weren't given a crown, you were given the responsibility to bring out the best in others.“

—  Jack Welch

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„No, I don't take responsibility at all, because we were given a set of circumstances and we were given rules, regulations and specifications from a different time.“

—  Donald J. Trump 45th President of the United States of America 1946
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„He was a person who could bring out the best in others. There are some leaders who bring out the worst in others. He brought out the best.“

—  Atal Bihari Vajpayee 10th Prime Minister of India 1924 - 2018
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„The best careers advice given to the young … is "Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it."“

—  Katharine Whitehorn British writer 1928
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„They were able to bring out the best in us.“

—  Carl Sagan American astrophysicist, cosmologist, author and science educator 1934 - 1996
The Demon-Haunted World : Science as a Candle in the Dark (1995), Context: When we consider the founders of our nation: Jefferson, Washington, Samuel and John Adams, Madison and Monroe, Benjamin Franklin, Tom Paine and many others; we have before us a list of at least ten and maybe even dozens of great political leaders. They were well educated. Products of the European Enlightenment, they were students of history. They knew human fallibility and weakness and corruptibility. They were fluent in the English language. They wrote their own speeches. They were realistic and practical, and at the same time motivated by high principles. They were not checking the pollsters on what to think this week. They knew what to think. They were comfortable with long-term thinking, planning even further ahead than the next election. They were self-sufficient, not requiring careers as politicians or lobbyists to make a living. They were able to bring out the best in us. They were interested in and, at least two of them, fluent in science. They attempted to set a course for the United States into the far future — not so much by establishing laws as by setting limits on what kinds of laws could be passed. The Constitution and its Bill of Rights have done remarkably well, constituting, despite human weaknesses, a machine able, more often than not, to correct its own trajectory. At that time, there were only about two and a half million citizens of the United States. Today there are about a hundred times more. So if there were ten people of the caliber of Thomas Jefferson then, there ought to be 10 x 100 = 1,000 Thomas Jefferson's today. Where are they? Ch. 25 : Real Patriots Ask Questions

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