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.”
Have you ever had someone encourage you at a time when you desperately needed it? It wasn’t too long ago that I was that person who needed some encouragement. I … Continue reading “How not to be a leader who is a jerk?”
The worst sales advice I ever received! The first one to speak loses… At the age of 18 I had started my first job in outside sales.. And after I … Continue reading “The first one to speak loses..”
As a leader do you consider yourself a good listener?
Listening is one of the easiest things you’ll ever do, and one of the hardest.
Being teachable didn’t mean I was losing control, it meant I was displaying self control.
“Man is the only kind of varmint sets his own trap, baits it, then steps in it.” John Steinbeck As of this posting (11-18-2015) in the NFL there are … Continue reading “Is it important as a leader to focus on results more than process?”
The perfect employee! They are constant Top Performers. They always meet and exceed quotas. They take ownership of their role. They are respected by their coworkers and customers. They don’t … Continue reading “Retaining Top Performers. How not to be blindsided when they leave? #60 Mentorship Lessons”
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”