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The Servant
A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership
By: James C. Hunter

Heriberto Barrera
Advance Human Resource
Dr. Campbell
April 22, 2014

The Servant: a Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership is a fiction story about a character named, John Daily. John Daily is a successful business manger that is married to his lovely wife named, Rachael Daily they have to children one named, John Jr. Daily which was adopted and his other which was his blood named, Sarah. John maybe a very successful businessman, but is failing terribly as a boss, husband, and father. Everything he had that thought was going great his job his relationship with his wife and kids was all going downhill in his life. In order to safe all that he cares about dearly he decide to attend a retreat at a monastery where he will learn how to become a great leader for himself his job and his family.
John wasn’t really interested in joining the retreat until he heard that a former business executive and a legend from the Wall Street attend it. The topic about a character by the named of Simeon kept repeating in his for a while now. Where John had a dream where his was being chases by a dark hooded figure where later caught him in his dream and to him to find Simeon and to listen to him. Also the name Simeon came up at his church where they use a passage from Luke about Simeon. Also on his wedding day they use a verse about Simeon. All of John coincidence where telling him to go find Simeon and listen to what he had to say.
When John finally arrived to the retreat he knew that one of the monks at the monastery was the legend business executive. This incredibly successful businessman from the Wall Street was named Leonard Hoffman. When John speaks to one of the monks and asks to meet with Leonard Hoffman he is struck with another coincidence. The monk said when people join the monastery they are given new names which the monk was given the name of

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