3 Ways Leaders Can Cure Complacency

June 24th, 2012 by LaRae Quy

I spent over twenty years working as both an FBI undercover and counterintelligence agent.


My job was to identify foreign spies who were operating in the United States, find out what they were stealing and stop them, assess whether they possessed the type of information the U.S. needed, and if they did, find ways to persuade them to work for our government.

I share the lessons I learned about surviving in an environment of deception,hostility, and fear.

Coincidentally, these same conditions also exist in business and life.

If you are going to survive in today’s world, you will need to learn how to navigate through the smoke and mirrors that create confusion in investments, marketing, and relationships.


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2 Responses to “3 Ways Leaders Can Cure Complacency”

  1. Alex says:

    I have to say, I am impressed about all this, your story, your career… There’s a lot we can learn from your past experiences, so I guess it’s quite overwhelmed you get to share them with us. Thanks.

    • LaRae Quy says:

      Hi Alex

      So good to hear from you! I love sharing ways to grow as a leader and as a person. Hope you stay tuned as I plan to publish a book in September called Secrets of a Strong Mind.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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