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Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life by Stewart Friedman

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Bruce Springsteen

Embody Values Consistently, Clarify Expectations, Create Cultures of Innovation

Bruce Springsteen has always appeared at ease on stage. Indeed, he commands it. But on March, 15, 1999, he stood somewhat hesitantly, shifting from one leg to the other, at his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, facing a black-tie audience and a standing ovation. He’d spoken at inductions for Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and others—“artists whose music was a critical part of my life,” he said—and now it was his turn.1 After failing to get the audience to sit by repeating “thank you” again and again, he cleared his throat a few times. That did the trick.

“You were scaring me a bit there,” he told U2’s Bono, who had introduced The Boss. ...

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