When Our Leaders Do Bad Things was written to young students and professionals who desire to be our future leaders, priests, and celebrities to bring them more awareness of the significant human weaknesses of ignorance, forgetfulness, and sleepiness. This information aims to help them be aware and constantly prepared so they can avoid mistakes that might cost them their jobs and relationships as well as recognition and prestige. The book also was written to help laypersons that are interested in acquiring wisdom and knowledge about the skills they need to succeed. There are three psychological power tools presented here: The three-dimensional thinking: a decision-making tool, The biological stress defense mechanism: a tool for taking action immediately, and The negative thinking: a precious tool to control passion, addiction, and other emotions such as greed and lust and counterproductive behavior. Understanding and applying these first two tools can help individuals choose the best course of action in the midst of emotional confusion, a common plight among leaders and those who live in the limelight. These tools not only help individuals make the best decisions and take right actions, they also can help them extinguish anger, frustration, and stress. In addition, this book provides information about styles of communication and ways to enhance one's communication skill. This book is not designed to treat any psychological disorder or to provide any therapeutic treatment. It was written for healthy, intelligent individuals who desire to increase their knowledge and be successful in every part of their lives.