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Wednesday; October 3

I have to admit that I don’t know much about Jonathan Maberry, in fact, I had to do a quick internet search to even know that he is some sort of modern writer.Again, I don’t if he is a good guy or not, but the other day I came across a quote of his that attracted my attention, “When people ask me about what I learned from martial arts, I don't talk about favorite punches or kicks, or about fights won or lost. I talk about learning self-discipline, about ethics and manners and benevolence and fairness.”.I have heard this assessment of martial arts on more than one occasion, but when I read this quote for some reason it got me to thinking about leadership.Typically when we think about leaders we think of people who are battle-scarred victors who have risen to the top because of their skills, yet that may not always be an accurate assessment.The best leaders I know don’t talk about wins and losses or mergers and acquisitions.The most inspirational leaders to me aren’t the ones who ca…