Tag Archives: John Maxwell

Random 6 am Thoughts in the Shower after a Sluggish Workout


What will I do with the rest of today? John Maxwell’s Daily Reader challenged me to expect the best for 30 days and that sure didn’t work out on my “I feel like walking” 4 mile run slog. Jesus Calling … Continue reading

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Employee Productivity Tip # 3 – Breakfast of Champions


My generation grew up with Olympians gracing the cover of Wheaties’ cereal boxes. Before there were Superbowl MVPs going to Disneyworld, there were champions hoping to make the Wheaties box cover. Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 3 – How to solve “their” problem


When it comes to the #1 Leadership tool:

Women always have it.

Men can take it or leave it.

Babies are fascinated by it.

What is it?…….
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The Sweet Spot in Business Books


The more I read about the latest and greatest new perspective on business practices, and I do marvel at the insights each book provides, the more I see something at the center of each message Continue reading

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Your Bibliography?


Who would you list as the bibliographers of your daily life? Where do your ideas and insights originate, and what information moves you forward? If leadership is influence, on whose shoulders are you gratefully standing?
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Charades and Leadership


If my life were a great game of charades, would anyone guess leadership? Continue reading

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Remarkable Confluence on Leadership


This remarkable confluence on leadership is simply that real leadership is focused on serving others without any thought of any thought of return.

Driving home last night John Maxwell in his latest Succe
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