At What Cost Leadership

Sarah Palin has become a polarizing national figure. Love her or hate her, this story in the Washington Post depicts what politics in the 21st century has turned into. It’s probably one of the reasons that many of our best and brightest say “no thanks.” I like Sarah Palin for a lot of reasons and wish her the best.

The intriguing question for me is who in their right mind wants to be in state or national politics and subject their family to the incredible scrutiny that comes with it. Unfortunately, for both parties, it’s usually incredibly rich power mongers who put themselves and their agendas first. Think I’m wrong? Then you haven’t been paying attention. Your thoughts…

Read the Washington Post article

Author: danweedin

Consultant / Speaker / Author

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