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Testing Times Need More than Time-Tested Actions

Business lore has it that the LED might never have been invented had a Japanese corporation not pulled the plug on a blue light-emitting diode project. This only steeled the resolve of genius innovator Shuji Nakamura who secretly persisted, despite budgetary obstacles and laboratory explosions.
History is replete with the story of maverick leaders who were spurred to success by those who didn't see it their way. These leaders are the greater for it because they dared to dream against all odds, break the rules, and disrupt a tangible today to build an unknown tomorrow. They knew they could fail, but they took their chances. Many were motivated not by considerations of personal gain but by a sense of responsible leadership, a belief that it was their job as a leader to light new pathways when the old ones were overgrown.
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