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The right stuff.

It is the title of a book by Tom Wolfe, in which he explored the drive of – at that time – men who were bound and determined to explore space. It is ethical. It is intellectual. It is physical. It is spiritual. And the right stuff is currently up for interpretation, a fact that can be distressing as many of us arise each day looking for the innocent sense of balance that seemed to be a birthright. Instead of thinking it was all so good, perhaps we should be waking up to the real story: many of us have the right stuff and this is precisely what threatens and even invites the wrath of the status quo. Recognizing and nurturing the right stuff in others is the true human birthright. In the hands of actual leaders, daylighting the right stuff in others makes for progress and leaving the world better than we found it.

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