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Classic Influence: Timeless Lessons from the Legends

Focused on the strategic application of the wisdom of history, Classic Influence is an adventurous exploration of the heroes of history and the timeless lessons we can learn from the champions, titans and legends of leadership, influence, and power. Listen in as your host—the Harvard and Columbia trained researcher, author, and speaker, Dr. Johnny Welch, M.B.A.—unveils the hidden blueprints, unlocks the key secrets, and reveals the practical insight and timeless wisdom of history’s saints, sages, sinners and superstars of success. Discover the strategies, tactics, tips and mental tools you can use to master the power and praxis of leadership and influence to achieve your own most daring dreams and goals.
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Mar 11, 2021

On December 17, 1903, a pair of self-taught, visionary American engineers achieved their dream, forever made the world a smaller place, and helped usher in the age of globalization. It was the first successful piloted, powered airplane flight in history, and with it the Wright brothers revolutionized the world. Competing against the greatest minds in science and technology at the time, the Wright brothers were far from the most likely candidates for pioneering aviation success. Neither one of the brothers graduated high school, went to college, or had any formal training as an engineer. Nor did they have the financial support of the more established aviation pioneers. And, yet, they had everything they needed to succeed. In this episode of Classic Influence, we’ll travel back to the late 19th century and see what set these two middle-class Midwestern bicycle mechanics apart from the aviation pack. Listen in now and you will also learn the one critical characteristic of success shared by most everyone of America’s most wealthy business titans, including Andrew Carnegie (1835—1919), John D. Rockefeller (1839—1937), Warren Buffet (1930—), and Bill Gates (1955—).

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