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Serving others is more powerful than you think. In fact, it performs. Cheryl Bachelder, former CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., offers us proof in her book Dare To Serve, Second Edition

Leadership is an extreme sport requiring both courage and humility!
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Praise For Dare To Serve

When I speak with leaders, it is hard for them to grasp that servant leadership drives both great performance and great human satisfaction. Cheryl Bachelder provides an inspiring manual on how to be a Dare-to-Serve leader who drives superior results.
Ken Blanchard
Co-founder and Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies
This is the kind of leadership so desperately needed today. Cheryl’s engaging story offers a clear path for leaders to follow, and what makes her message so compelling are the tremendous results she’s produced. I highly recommend this book.
Stephen M. R. Covey
Co-founder of Coveylink and of the Franklincovey Global Speed of Trust Practice
From beginning to end, Dare to Serve is truly a masterpiece. I am sharing it with many friends, including those I mentor.
Colleen Barrett
Former President of Southwest Airlines and Author of Lead with LUV

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