The moment of truth is not measured by what a leader hopes, desires, or thinks might be needed.
The moment of truth is measured by what a leader does, the stand that is taken, and the demonstration of character when it is unpopular with the majority.
The time comes in every person’s life when they must decide how they will act or react to the environment or circumstances before them.
In that moment, the decision they make determines the effectiveness of each leader.
No pleasure, monetary prize, popularity, or status of prestige is worth compromising the truth and the principles of character that stand behind it.