Raise Your Game: Lessons From Lin-sanity

By

Roshan Thiran

30-07-2012

1 min read

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Lin-sanity has hit New York. America is crazy for Jeremy Lin, the Harvard graduate turned New York Knicks NBA basketball hero. Prior to that, Jeremy had to sleep on his brother’s couch to get by as he was broke. Most of us in his shoes would have given up. But he fought on.

If we were to look at every leadership story, we could notice elements of Jeremy in it. For example, Milton Hershey, the founder of Hershey’s chocolates started a caramel company, sold it off and then used the proceeds to fund Hershey Company, bringing milk chocolate, previously a Swiss delicacy, to the masses.

 
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