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Reaching for Transcendence: Servant Leaders Journey

When I first wrote, 4 Questions for Servant Leaders, I remember that I had just begun a new job. One of the jobs given to me was one that others didn't want to do or disliked. My teammates may have thought that they'd been fortunate to have me come along at the right time. What made it possible for me to take on the task others didn't want to do is that I approached it with a fresh attitude, without the baggage of organizational drama of "I have one more thing on my plate.
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