„The freedom to grow personally, the freedom to make mistakes and learn from them, the freedom to work hard and the freedom to be yourself - these four freedoms should be guaranteed by every leader in every organization.“

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Кржижевски, Майк фото
Кржижевски, Майк1
американский баскетбольный тренер 1947

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