Not just your trumpet heros, but in general. Who are some people you look up too? Here's mine: Lance Armstrong: No one, and I mean NO ONE, not even Michel Jordan has dominated their sport for the last seven years, and now he's going for number eight? Oh, and remember, he's doing this while recovering from a hard fight with testicular cancer that infected his lungs and brain as well. This guy in my opinion is the greatest athleate in the world, and his determanation and will to survive is just astonishing. Franklin D. Roosevelt: In my opinion, the best presidant this great nation has ever had. He turned the country around after the great depression and whent on to help defeat Nazi Germany as well as the power hungry Japan in WWII. I do give a lot of credit to Harry Truman for actualy ending the war in the Pacific, but we never would have got to that point if it were not for FDR. Vince Lombardi: I do not really care for the game of football, but I give my total respect to Mr. Lombardi as a team leader. I have yet to see any leader match the leadership skill that he had. He started the whole thing about how it takes everybodys effort to make a group work: "Individual Commitment to a group effort; that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work." - Vince Lombardi Henery Ford: Not for what he did by makeing the first affordable automobile, but what he did to change the nations economy with his new idea of "credit". In the last few decades new companies such as Visa and American Express have come along with this same idea and have screwed up alot of peoples lives, however for some of us credit is the only way we can continue liveing. As bad as it is for people who can't controll credit, it has changed our economy for the better and helped many people get though hard finacial times such as paying college tuition.