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Hope And Fear. Two Powerful Emotions Easily Overlooked In Strategy Making

Por: Forbes Business June 23, 2022

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Fear is a powerful motivator. It matters in strategy making getty As the minutes counted down to kick off, Adi Dassler busied himself checking the boots the German team would wear. Suddenly the phone rang. His brother Rudi was terminally ill. Adi’s to the news was cold and curt. “We haven't spoken to each other for 26 years. He doesn't need a brother, he needs a doctor. The German players went on to lift the 1974 World Cup, beating... + full article



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