How to Be Known as a Hero

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It’s hardwired into all of us. At least I hope it’s not just me.

I feel it deep down where stuff really matters. I’m talking about that desire be known as a hero.

As a Catalyst leader pondering how you want to be known, I’m thinking you probably want to be known as a hero, too.

What It takes to Be a Hero

No, I don’t need a cape. I wouldn’t suggest it for you either. As we know from The Incredibles, capes can be complicated things. And I definitely don’t need anything involving spandex. Trust me.

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