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Many leaders view leadership as a science—a proven process that can be learned, practiced and put into place. And taking this systematic approach to leadership gets results, right? Not according to serial entrepreneur and best-selling author, Chris Duffin.

Summary

This article by Benjamin Laker, writing for Forbes, makes the following points:
  • For Duffin—author and record holder for lifting weights—leadership is one of the most profound art forms that exist today.
  •  He argues that a scientific approach is holding leaders back.
  • Known as the 'Mad Scientist of Strength', Duffin's philosophy on leadership has evolved, and he now views himself as an artist and the world his canvas.
  • He believes the role of a leader is to be a visionary: an artist who brings their values to life through their actions, words, and impact on the world around them.*
 

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