By Casby Bias
Jun. 15, 2012
The CEO of INROADS told interns Friday the three factors that made leadership a distinction in Minneapolis.
Forest T. Harper said that students needed the three principles - "reach inside, reach out, reach back" - for further guidance. The advice helped toward ensuring future legacies and opportunities for INROADS interns and others.
Harper also said that finding out who you are and looking for mentors all served as important points. But the last point that the successful played a part in assisting the community along the way made the difference.
"Your legacy is built on what you do for others," Harper said.