Source: Noah Rothman / Mediaite
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, writing in the pages of the Wall Street Journal, sharply criticized President Barack Obama’s administration for missing a series of opportunities to pursue America’s interests abroad. He said that, as a result of Obama’s critical inaction at various periods, America has “no good options” to address a variety of crises today.
Able leaders anticipate events, prepare for them, and act in time to shape them. My career in business and politics has exposed me to scores of people in leadership positions, only a few of whom actually have these qualities. Some simply cannot envision the future and are thus unpleasantly surprised when it arrives. Some simply hope for the best. Others succumb to analysis paralysis, weighing trends and forecasts and choices beyond the time of opportunity.
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