Although a leader of thousands, Alexander the Great lost his horse, many men, and ultimately his life when he let himself be consumed with fear, uncertainty, and doubt. As his self-discipline faltered, so did his ability to lead others.
His people followed him into countless battles over nearly a decade of war, but there came a breaking point where the people could no longer believe in his dream. Distrust turned into rebellion, because the people were no longer convinced that Alexander could lead wisely.
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