"Beat wimpyness with COURAGE"
Having the moral and mental strength to face adversity, make tough decisions and forging ahead are traits of courage. Placing "what is right" before procrastination and fear of failure are acts of bravery in business. Not allowing others, employees or vendors, to dictate what they want instead of what is best for the business, are signs of leadership courage. Preserving through adversity, whether emotional or physical, and making the choices to act rightly, even when it is uncomfortable for you, changes "wimpy management" into leadership courage. Choose courage and leave "wimpy" behind.