10 Laws About How to Use Money to Lead People in the Right Direction

By Matshona Dhliwayo

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Praised by many, adored by numerous, virtually lionized by almost everyone: men like Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Alexander the Great, and Jesus of Nazareth stand alone. As leaders, they were able to not only rally, but also manage the myriads of followers behind them, earning unparalleled recognition and acclaim in the face of implacable enemies and insurmountable odds. Reading about their accomplishments takes only a matter of minutes, but replicating them will certainly not happen overnight. It took them decades of discipline and sacrifice, excelling at mastering the art that only a special few have acquired: the Art of Good Governance.

Whether you are a president, a prince, or a principal of a company, you must learn the laws of Good Governance to govern efficiently and effectively. They may appear easy, but learning them takes time. Below are 15 tips and efficient strategies to help you master them:

The Art of Good Governance:

Law #1

When you manage children, be gentle.

When you command youth, be firm.

When you govern adults, be shrewd.

When you oversee elders, be reverent.

Invest in children;

soon they will be youth.

Invest in youth;

soon they will be adults.

Invest in adults;

soon …read more

Source:: Affluent Investor.com