The late Margaret Thatcher's rise to power was accompanied by sheer self-conviction and a willingness to embrace conflict if it meant standing firm on principles, writes Margie Warrell. The rest of us can achieve great success if we can muster the same discipline and unquestioning self-belief, Warrell writes. "[T]he traits that marked her leadership, and indeed her life, are as available to the rest of us. We just aren't as committed to strengthening them," Warrell writes.

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