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Santa Claus has remained 78 years old for 161 years.
If that’s not a Christmas miracle, I don’t know what is.

I have to admit, he’s a pretty impressive fella, especially for a perpetual septuagenarian (yup, that’s how you spell it).

My mother is 82 years old and still runs/walks 6 miles per day. That’s pretty impressive when you compare her to the rest of the world. But it’s bupkis when stacked against St. Nick.

Nobody travels further and faster than Santa.
Nobody is as meticulous in their assessment of so many people’s personalities.
And nobody has ever held such an A-list-level celebrity status quite as long as the jolly ole chap.

In our world that idolizes youth, fitness, and vitality, Santa Claus stands as the lone beacon of hope for obese old men who run sweatshops in remote locations of our decaying planet.

The thing is, I’ve got to hand it to the Claus. Beneath the layers of fluffy red velour and that jiggly jelly belly, he’s not a bad leader. Not at all.

I’d go so far as to say that Santa Claus is one of the most impressive and successful leaders our world has ever seen.

As the default CEO of Christmas, he runs a robust, global organization with a logistics system that puts both Amazon and McDonald’s to shame. He’s built an incredible company culture and a brand that has built a cult-like following of passionate believers.

And this is why I want to share with you the 6 Essential Leadership Lessons from Santa Claus.