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Commit to “no surprises.” Leaders who are successful over the long haul are honest. They demonstrate in word and deed that they are transparent about changes or vision. These leaders earn the respect of their teams and often their loyalty.

one psychologist has calculated that we can attend to only 110 bits of information per second, or 173 billion bits in an average lifetime

Mark Hopkins was a New York bookkeeper when he came to California during the gold rush. He started with a grocery store in Sacramento. Hopkins was one of the investors who formed the Central Pacific Railroad

Mark Cuban: 4 things NOT to do if you want to be a great leader

For billionaire investor and great leaders avoid certain things at all costs. Here are four moves the investor thinks trailblazers should never make.