We tend to only recognize leaders when they conduct transformational acts of leadership, such as Martin Luther King Jr. delivering his momentous speech in Washington on August, 28, 1963. What we fail to realize, however, is that in order for these transformational acts to occur, the leader must have a consistency of purpose.
It just so happens that Martin Luther King Jr.'s consistency of purpose was equality and freedom for all. He didn't let being sued, beaten, arrested and jailed stop him from pursuing his passion.
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