Rudyard Kipling’s book “The Man Who Would Be King” made into a flick with Sean Connery has some huge lessons on the difference between ‘Authority and Leadership’. I heartily reco this movie. My own takeaways
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Reviewing a gr8 flick from the 70s. The Man Who Would Be King. Very relevant to those drunk on power
Recommending a gr8 flick whose lessons are very relevant for our times too: The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara