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President John F. Kennedy reports to the nation on the status of the Cuban crisis from Washington, D.C. on Nov. 2, 1962. (AP Photo)

Some days it’s easier to be a leader than others, and sometimes being a leader is a tough job. People look to you for answers, and they want to know that you can provide direction, even if you are clueless on what choice to make. Leadership is earned, not demanded. Of course, there are sycophantic types that would follow anyone off the nearest cliff to their demise no matter what.


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