The King’s Speech – What a fantastic movie! I have watched it many times!
The movie shares the internal struggle of the Duke of York from 1926 until after World War II. Unable to communicate to the public with any value, when his brother abdicates the throne, he must learn how to create trust, confidence, etc. as a leader to his country. By persisting and being courageous in his personal battle, he affects millions. (Most of us see Winston Churchill leading the charge, but King George VI was an important figure that kept England rallying at their darkest moments.)
Great story, but how does that apply to you?
We have to get those around us to realize, that while they may not be on TV and seen by millions, they affect others every day in major ways! Many of us do not realize the influence we have on other people. Regardless of our title, we need to address our internal struggles so that we can create trust, confidence, joy, passion, engagement, and risk taking in other people. This is the American way. It is the human way. It is the way to succeed beyond all previous limitations and achieve what we desire with the help and teamwork of others.
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