(Click on any image to enlarge.) Saturday Edition #102
The best way to build a better company is to... "Build Better People."
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"First Why And Then Trust"
Stop Competing With Yourself
In the world of business thought-leaders, John Maxwell is a frontrunner.
(DonYeager.com) John C Maxwell is an internationally recognized leadership expert, best-selling author, and prominent keynote speaker. Over the course of his career he has spoken to government leaders, Fortune 500 companies, the NFL, and millions of people around the world. In short, John Maxwell is a rock star—and I was fortunate enough to learn a valuable lesson from him about mentorship. A few years ago, less than a year after I had finished writing “A Game Plan for Life: The Power of Mentoring” with legendary UCLA Bruins head coach John Wooden, Wooden unexpectedly passed away. The loss of Wooden affected me deeply, as he had made an incredible impact on my life. Wooden always encouraged me to continue developing by engaging valuable mentors. Remembering this lesson, I reached out to Maxwell—who also valued Wooden’s advice—to discuss mentorship. I asked him if he would spend some time helping me improve who I was and what I wanted to be. To my excitement, he accepted. (Learn More)
Tony Robbins explains... How To Focus
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