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Do not give orders but rather create the desire to do

Do not give orders but rather create the desire to do Do not give orders but rather create the desire to do
Source : Darius Kalinauskas via Artstation
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If you want to build a boat, do not gather your men and women to give them orders, to explain every detail, to tell them where to find everything ... If you want to build a boat, give birth in the heart of your men and women, to the desire of the sea.

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