Logan is the third and final film in the Wolverine movie series. Logan also sees a dramatic change in the tone of the movie.
What you get with Logan is a much darker, much more somber Wolverine movie.
After the success of Deadpool, 20th Century Fox decided to make the last Wolverine movie rated R. Something I believe should have been done from the first film.
Wolverine isn’t a fluffy character. He has deep character issues. He is aggressive and violent. And his movies should have been produced that way.
Logan is the Wolverine movie fans have been waiting for. Logan is also packed with leadership lessons.
WARNING: Logan movie spoilers below
Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Logan
1. Professor Charles Xavier:
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Being a leader is not an easy task. You need to guide those that follow you to achieve a common goal.
It has been said that a motivated worker is a productive worker thus a leader must also be a good role model.
A quote from John Quincy Adam says,
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader
Here’s an infographic created by Gordon Tredgold with Visme (https://www.visme.co) that sums up the habits a leader should avoid.
To get a downloadable PDF version of this infographic, just click here.
Whether you’re leading a church organization, a for-profit business, or even writing a blog, we can easily overlook a key part of our work. Creating and crafting an executable strategy.
Having a strategy for my blog is something I’ve struggled with.
I know the direction I want to go with my blog. My mission is to help equip young leaders with the best leadership content out there.
To do this, I’ve consistently created content around leadership and personal growth. There’s been huge success in that aspect.
However, I’ve failed to grow the business side of the blog.
There’s a reason. I lacked a strategy for bringing in an income.
We Need A Strategy
Without a strategy, we will flounder in trying to grow what we’re building. We may know where we want to go.
While we may know where we want to go. That is vision. Read more...
Great leaders all have many traits in common. Great leaders are able to cast vision.
They’re also able to inspire others. Not only that, great leaders know how to get the job done.
But there’s one thing aspiring leaders can miss that will hold them back. There’s a missing leadership ingredient every great leader must have.
12th Grade Me
Looking back through my grade school years, there’s a handful of teachers that I can remember. There’s even less who had a meaningful impact on my life that I can recall.
One man sticks out. His name? Gibner… Mr. Gibner.
What made Mr. Gibner so memorable? He held the missing ingredient of leadership that holds so many back.
I look back all those years ago and can remember it like yesterday.
My girlfriend had broken up with me. I’d been kicked out of church. And I was highly emotional. Read more...
Be grateful for what you already have while you pursue your goals. If you aren’t grateful for what you already have, what makes you think you would be happy with more.