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Charlotte, NC–According to 1st party authority site celebheights we have AIR[N]ESS landing in at an impressive 6ft 4 ¾ (194.9 cm). For those readers, that would be a slight misdirection with us starting 1st with Michael Jeffrey Jordan even though he’s headlined second with middle name leaving room for opportunity. “Honestly”, and we counsel not to start with that word, President, Abraham Lincoln (Honest Abe) measured in at only an inch shorter @ 6ft 3 ¾ (192.4 cm). Starting with honestly, which I avoided there, can make your audience feel on guard or off balance the next time, when you don’t use that preface….honestly. We try not to understate, we also try not to overstate, as many of the best collaborate. #r/imagine, #r/inspire, #r/vitalize, #r/charge, #r/powr/search:
When it comes to giving back, Honest Abe and Jordan both deserve their [re]shares of props, even though they gave back in different ways. Lincoln was an exceptionally hard worker who donated everything to his father by giving him all his earnings until he was 21. To ease his father’s burden, he would help with chores and much more around the manor as a minor. #Family #Balance #Rooted
Michael Jordan is known for his philanthropic nature. Most celebrities opt to create charities under their name, but Jordan takes a different approach. Using the Jordan Brand, he donates to already established charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which crowned him the Chief Wish Ambassador. The Jordan Brand recently pledged $100 million to racial equality. #Equality
Michael Jordan’s story is one of those who could not allow themselves to give up. Having been rejected from the Varsity team during his sophomore year for being “too short,” Jordan worked even harder to prove his critics wrong. He made the junior varsity team and later the Varsity team. His varsity basketball run was awe-inspiring, earning him a spot in several college basketball programs. He eventually chose the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and culminated his tenure with nothing less than a championship winning shot for the National Title. Jordan helped the Chicago bulls win their first-ever NBA title and five subsequent titles. During his professional career, Michael’s player ratings were awe-inspiring, winning several MVP titles and decorated from his head to his heels.
Abraham Lincoln…Competitiveness | Winning | Teamwork…Legacy
Abraham Lincoln was the embodiment of resilience and hard work. He was a self taught lawyer who won several cases in the Illinois supreme court. He later became a politician, an one if not the most tactful one referred by some as the master [in] strategic manipulation of his opponents. There’s one instance where he failed to secure a seat in the Senate, so he mobilized his supporters to back his favorite candidate who won would eventually win the seat.
The end of slavery in America was one of his top priorities. He faced stiff opposition from pro-slavery individuals, but he pushed on with his plans despite being in the minority. The Great Debates of 1858, which were between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas, helped Lincoln pass his slavery message across the United States, eliciting interest across all United States territories, which had never happened before. He was always hands-on, and during the war, he utilized his executive control often.
Both Michael Jordan and Abraham Lincoln are great in their own way. Can we say one deserves more accolades than the other? No, they both served different purposes. As Honest Abe said, “Adhere to your purpose, and you will soon feel as well as you ever did. On the contrary, if you falter and give up, you will lose the power of keeping any resolution and will regret it all your life.” Abraham Lincoln never gave up, and Michael Jordan is one of the most talented and charismatic NBA players ever to garner mass audience visibility with adv. media capabilities. Since he is still living, while making a difference, he has yet another gift on top of all other vertical advantages in|fluence. #Pandemic #Remember #Pain #Fosters #Brilliance #Kobe #EDU #YOUth
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