Trump on Leadership is the first book to examine Donald Trump's unique leadership abilities and how they can be applied to today's complex world. This is your "what NOT to do" guide to making leadership great again.You think you have it rough? When Donald Trump took the oath of office in 2017, the nation was on the verge of extinction. Ineffective leaders refused to put America first, patriotism was considered to be unfashionable, and the capital was a swamp in desperate need of draining. To make matters worse, Trump, who was elected by a minority of the popular vote, was thought of by the “fake news” as nothing more than a publicity obsessed, questionably successful businessman who “does not have an adult relationship with the truth.” What Trump has done to become the most celebrated and victorious president is of mythical proportion. Now his leadership philosophy can help you run your business and your life. In Trump on Leadership you'll learn such big league lessons as why:You must seek access to reliable information, but only from those willing to tell you what you already know to be true. When you preach your illusion, there is no limit to what you can promise. Allies lead to friends, friends lead to vulnerability, vulnerability leads to weakness, and weakness leads to losing. And losing is for losers, i.e. the lowest form of the human species. An eye for an eye, a tweet for a tweet. Don’t let even the slightest affront go by without a response.A community of knowledge can become dangerous. Don’t encourage people to learn other’s views; encourage them to feel good about your view.... and much much more.About the authorDavid S. Hauser wants to make leadership great again. A featured writer, professor, and practitioner, David lives in West Palm Beach, Florida with his wife and three children.