That means nothing to me. Where did you find this?
Student or Learner
What is the following in red saying in the context?
Recently, he's been honored to serve in the Class of 1951 Chair for the Study of Leadership at West Point, where he teaches seminars on life and leadership. For leaders living the lives they want, it's all of piece.
It should be 'of a piece'.
(Collins)of a piece
of the same class or kind
I'm not sure how this idiom fits here, though.
As MNY asked, please state the source of other people's writing.
It's from <<Leading the Life You Want>> by Stewart D. Friedman.
The book is talking about the skills for integrating work and life.
Could I dare to guess it's saying that for leaders to lead a successful life, they must see life and leadership (work) as one and the same?