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Pressure did you all remember captain Sully Sullenberger the pilot.
-- -- a 155 lives along with his co pilot landing his disable US Airways jet safely on the Hudson River back in 2009.
On a very cold day.
And it's -- -- back unveiling his new book on leadership something he might know about it's called making a difference -- -- -- What great to be worth all three of your LA -- before we had your story in your first book about what happened right over here on the Hudson.
What's fascinating about this book is it really focusing on other people.
Absolutely and I've had the amazing opportunity the last three years to meet people -- an entirely new level that I wouldn't have ever met before.
And I spent many hours with them in picking their brains about how they've done the amazing things they've done -- -- of -- people's lives and their.
Sometimes funny but always inspiring stories I had to put on the page I had to share I -- put in for instance -- admiral Thad Allen his story was inspiring.
Actually end up like it's the first wanna tell in the book.
And of course that's a name we recognize because as a former Coast Guard -- -- he was the one brought in during the darkest hours of the initial could respond to church can Katrina.
And he was facing a really -- workforce.
Rescue workers who had been beat up in the press and we're completely demoralized.
And and just a few words what he did was he gathered 2500 people the biggest basically fine.
He stood up on a desk with a microphone and set up what you listen to -- going to give you a direct order.
I want you to treat everyone you come in contact with as if they were a member of your immediate family your father your -- your brother your sister.
And if you do that -- two things you were to happen.
First if you make a mistake you'll err on the -- of doing too much not too -- and second if anyone has a problem what you've done their problem -- with me -- -- -- you actually said.
That you could hear this -- leave the entire room people began to cry because nobody before had told them that what they were doing was important that their boss was behind them and he did the same -- again.
With the BP spill and with -- -- -- hitting.
You also focus on Michelle -- she's a friend of the show she was a TrailBlazer with trying to change education Washington DC and she still list.
What impressed me about her was her very first teaching job very difficult circumstances in nursery school near Baltimore.
When she saw that the the life trajectory of so many children is so dependent upon where and when they're born.
It just seems to offend her sense of right wrong it seemed to her on America.
And she knew she had totally changed to make it more about the students and have finally get to a Lewis he just retired one of the world championship when he sat down with him.
All my goodness what -- what -- treat -- and it turns out he lives near us and we I've had a lot of time to spend with him picking his brains about how he has led.
So many teams so successfully for -- decades.
And he tells me in great detail how he's able to them to personalize.
And make a connection with every team members.
And make each team member of the go to guy and so we're not depending on start to winter it could be anyone and the -- he he goes on to win yet another world -- for the cardinals -- -- got such a nice Friday of leaders in your brand new book check it out it is called making a difference selling thank you very much thank you.
Happy landings -- and --
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