Curiosity and resistance cannot coexist. When I have studied successful business leaders such as Walt Disney, Martin Luther King Jr, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs a common trait was “curiosity”. Because … Continue reading “Empowering Leadership through curiosity.”
4 simple steps to follow to build a legacy.
Believe in yourself- Stop saying disparaging words to yourself. Stop letting the naysayers enter your thoughts. The number one influencer in your life is YOU! As long as you can remember that you will achieve greater things.
I am a sales manager that leads a team that is 20+ motivated sales professionals. I lead and manage. I interview. I train. I do sales reports. I conduct sales … Continue reading “How saying NO can make you better leader? #57 Mentorship Lessons”
“Hey, how are you doing today?” “Doing great!” “Then why don’t you notify your face!” Now imagine if someone said that to you. What would be your response? Harsh but … Continue reading “You are wrong! Silent ways we tell people they are wrong. #55 Mentorship Lessons”
Helping vs Serving others. What’s the difference?
“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the famous 19th-century poet and … Continue reading “How encouragement is like oxygen?”
What an ugly sweater taught me about leadership? Servant Leadership.
Do not be embarrassed by your failures, learn from them and start again.
I am sitting here today as an absolute failure.
he night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre, did you know he was carrying:
-Two pairs of glasses.
-A small velvet eyeglass cleaner.
-An ivory pocketknife.
-A large handkerchief with “A. Lincoln” stitched in red.
-A tiny pencil.
-A brass sleeve button.
-A fancy watch fob.
-And a brown wallet with a Confederate five-dollar bill, and eight newspaper clippings.