In both our professional and personal lives, the ability to earn trust and cultivate authority is a fundamental key to leadership and success. Whether you find yourself in the role of a team member, manager, parent, aunt, uncle, coach, or volunteer, the principles of becoming a trusted advisor remain universal.
“No matter who you are or what may be your lifework, you are playing checkers with TIME! It is always your next move. Move with quick DECISION and Time will favor you. Stand still and Time will wipe you off the board. You cannot always make the right move, but
Powered by RedCircle “A leader is an ordinary person, put into an extraordinary circumstance, who chooses to step up and take action.” – Darren Hardy “Everyone is tough until they get punched in the face.” – Mike Tyson A leader is not always born with exceptional abilities or extraordinary qualities; rather, they
Let's continue our discussion of the detrimental effects of indecisiveness and why prompt decision-making is critical for achieving success. . . . 5. Leadership and Influence: Decisiveness is a hallmark of effective leadership. Leaders who can make decisive choices inspire confidence in their teams and foster a sense of direction. As John C.
“Successful people make decisions quickly (as soon as all the facts are available) and change them very slowly (if ever). Unsuccessful people make decisions very slowly, and change them often and quickly.” – Napoleon Hill In the journey toward success, one of the greatest roadblocks people often face is indecisiveness. Indecision,
I recently read an interesting fact about the Obamas: Back in January 2017, when they packed their bags and left the White House, Michelle was actually more popular than former President Barack Obama. Check out the results of the final Gallup poll published in the Washington Post to gain some
If you had to guess one powerful personality trait that all extraordinary leaders throughout human history have had in common, what do you think will it be? What do you think made Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, the 14th Dalai Lama, Winston Churchill, and Mohandas Gandhi truly
One of the most essential skills you can learn as a leader in the modern world is the art of converting orders into requests. If you want your employees and team members to exude excellence and perform their tasks exceptionally well in the given time, you must ask them, not
If you desire to be a great leader, it’s crucial that you keep the following two things in mind: 1. Be a doer, not a talker. 2. Share the credit with others, and reserve blame for yourself. In his play Richard III, William Shakespeare wrote, “Talkers are no good
Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 30th, this year. And while the long weekend is usually packed with family fun and summer activities, it’s also important to reflect on the real meaning and history of Memorial Day and honor the military members who have fought and died for our