Want more from your followers? More commitment, more passion, more focus, more imagination? More results?
Then give more. You get what you give as a leader.
Don’t expect others to miraculously take the first step—that’s your job! The definition (and responsibility) of a leader is to initiate, assume risk, and be the first to open up.
A great public speaker isn’t necessarily a great leader, but every exceptional leader I know is an exceptional public speaker. It makes sense, since you can only influence people to the extent that you can connect with them.
Over the years, I’ve witnessed literally hundreds of professionals become better speakers. Along the way, I’ve [...]
Now that your plan is in place, it’s time to let the right people know about it.
Leap Task #23: If you haven’t already, explain your plan to those who need to know.
Go back to your list of key influencers and determine who you need to bring on board. Don’t just consider those who [...]
Only YOU can prevent forest fires!
- Smokey the Bear
Despite Smokey the Bear‘s fear campaign, not all forest fires are bad.
Fire is actually an essential part of forest ecology. In addition to clearing out combustible trees, brush and leaves, it [...]
Trust. Such a simple and complex word.
I don’t trust the guy in this picture.
I do trust my wife, who adores me. And I trust my doctor, who has a bunch of letters after his name. I trust Bob Goff, whom I’ve never actually met. I even [...]
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