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A couple of days ago, Craig Badings of the Thought Leadership blog asked me to complete the following sentence: "Thought Leadership is _______". My response? Fundamental. As in "thought leadership is fundamental". Craig asked me if he could post my definition on his site with attribution and frankly I don't know if it's because he … Continue reading How to become a thought leader on $137.88 per year…