Stylistically, your tone should match the employee’s personality not your mood Making Yourself a CEO by B Horowitz (Ft. 2 Chainz) 2

High social IQ is important to being an effective CEO

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Cause the employee to hate your guts. Making Yourself a CEO by B Horowitz (Ft. 2 Chainz) 2

Amicable splits are always best. A bitter and resentful former employee can cause a lot of problems for an employer. More importantly, if a boss embarrasses an employee in front of her peers, it says more about the boss' issues than the target of this inappropriate behavior

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If she feels you and you are in her corner, then she will listen to you. Making Yourself a CEO by B Horowitz (Ft. 2 Chainz) 2

Good leaders set an expectation of “I am trusting you with this task/position/assignment because I believe you will do a great job…” This creates a situation where the person wants to do well so as not to let the boss down, who is in her corner. Bad leaders set a different tone, “don’t f**k this up like the last assignment.”

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You can’t fake the funk Making Yourself a CEO by B Horowitz (Ft. 2 Chainz) 2

The same way you can tell when someone is lying to you, others can tell when you are lying to them…nothing is wrong with having a pleasant delivery, but the old saying remains true: honesty is the best policy

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Unnatural things Making Yourself a CEO by B Horowitz (Ft. 2 Chainz) 2

You would never, for example, “fire” (or end a relationship with) your friend or brother because they made a mistake, but as a CEO you may have to fire someone even if you have a vested personal relationship, if it’s the right business decision

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That the legislative and executive powers of the state should be separate and distinct from the judiciary; Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776) by The Fifth Virginia Convention

Separation of powers ensures no one body of our government will get our of hand, in theory, each branch of government acts as a “check” and “balance” to the other

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And that, when any government shall be found inadequate or contrary to these purposes, a majority of the community has an indubitable, inalienable, and indefeasible right to reform, alter, or abolish it, in such manner as shall be judged most conducive to the public weal. Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776) by The Fifth Virginia Convention

Unlike other forms of government, e.g. dictatorships or monarchies, a government such as ours exists to benefit the people. The people have the right to change the managing members of such a government — vote or die

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That government is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security of the people, nation, or community Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776) by The Fifth Virginia Convention

Government is meant to serve the people, an entity existing for our benefit and protection

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Rap Genius is a web site Why Andreessen Horowitz Is Investing in Rap Genius by Marc Andreessen 12

Rapgenius.com is a an online “museum”; a recorded history of a poetry and musical movement that was created in the slums and has extended its influence worldwide. Rapgenius.com is the next level — giving the masses and artists another voice.

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Delivered the opinion of the Court Marbury v. Madison by The Supreme Court of the United States (Ft. John Marshall)

The “opinion” of a court is typically a written explanation presenting the reasoning behind the ruling of a case. The opinion will lay out the facts of the case and background, including what rulings were given in the lower courts, if applicable

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