Robert Foley has lived with chronic pain for over 40 years. He has diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), progressive vision loss and multi-system injury due to high voltage non-ionizing RF radiation exposure. He has a fractured spine, five herniated discs and arthritis in all his joints including his shoulders and neck, and has had reconstructive surgery to both knees and ankles. He lives with chronic pain throughout his entire body. Each of these ailments stems from his years as a Navy SEAL. Read more from the Invisible Project here.
“Moral authority is another way to define servant leadership because it represents a reciprocal choice between leader and follower. If the leader is principle centered, he or she will develop moral authority. If the follower is principle centered, he or she will follow the leader. In this sense, both leaders and followers are followers. Why? They follow truth. They follow natural law. They follow principles. They follow a common, agreed-upon vision. They share values. They grow to trust one another.” ― Robert K. Greenleaf,