The Radical Leap
IN THIS SUMMARY
In a business that has become overloaded with corporate buzzwords, Steve Farber finds that true leadership is best achieved by returning to basic principles that are often overlooked in the cutthroat world of business leadership. In this modern parable, he redefines leadership by asking the reader to see it as an extreme sport - hence the term "Radical Leap," an interesting acronym for its elements: Love, Energy, Audacity and Proof. Like any sport, Radical Leadership challenges one to break free from the conventional, and makes you face your own mortality and imperfections in order to turn you into a leader people will follow to hell and back. While some skeptics may view the LEAP as too touchy-feely and sketchy in principle, it cannot be ignored that they are principles that have inspired countless of others to follow people into wars, fanned religious flames, and built the empires of visionaries who had nothing going for them except vision and the ability to infect others with the same drive. These principles are, in essence, the fuel that drives people to change the world.