Thought Leadership – November, 2016

Thought Leadership - November, 2016

  • CEO priorities: growth, customer, workforce, corporate, IT, profit, cost, products, financials, quality. @Gartner
  • Create value by brokering capability, presenting opportunities and solving problems. @SellingPowerMag
  • Create value through your selling process. @SellingPowerMag
  • Do not allow negative thoughts to enter your mind for they are the weeds that strangle confidence. @BruceLee
  • Effective leaders understand the impact of their attitude, behaviors and words on others. @LeadershipFreak
  • Give value and ask for the business. @GaryVee
  • Great salespeople never lower their targets. @GrantCardone
  • Hang out with those who have a common future with you, not a common past. @DarrenHardy
  • It is so incredible how much your life can change when you drop the excuses and fully apply yourself. @Idillionaire
  • Leadership is validated by results. No results, no leadership validation. @LeadershipFreak
  • Marketing’s goal should be to generate leads and revenue, not build your brand. @MotoCEO
  • Massive success is the ultimate revenge. @GrantCardone
  • Simple can be harder than complex: Get your thinking clear to make it simple. – Steve Jobs
  • Stop making excuses, start taking action. @JohnLeeDumas
  • Successful people surround themselves with over-achievers and have little time for others. @GrantCardone
  • Surround yourself with people on the move. Success moves, it does not contemplate and think. @GrantCardone
  • To be a leader, bring certainty to an environment where there is not any. @TonyRobbins
  • The CNN folks are in a bit of a shock at this moment. @ValaAfshar
  • The easiest way to make money is to  sell money (how to make more or how to save more). @MotoCEO
  • The lowest hanging fruit is created by an outbound SDR team focused 100% on prospecting. @MotoCEO
  • The only thing keeping your business from $100M is you, not your team. Success starts with you. @GrantCardone
  • There are risks to action, but less risks to inaction. – John F. Kennedy
  • There is no substitute for reading books in the development of your career. @Entrepreneur
  • Value equals benefits less cost (or investment). @SellingPowerMag
  • Walk away from the 97% crowd. Do not use their excuses. Take charge of your own life. @OfficialJimRohn
  • When you work 40 hours per week, you have not found your purpose (24/7 once you do). @MattManero
  • Work harder, make more calls. Stop doing more of what does not work. Systems first, then action. @MotoCEO
  • Your mind is a multimillion-dollar property. Screen your tenants very carefully. @BobBurg

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Thought Leadership – October, 2016

Thought Leadership - October, 2016

  • 40 hours a week, I remember my first part-time job. – Anonymous
  • A positive attitude gives you power over challenges rather than challenges having power over you. @SteveGutzler
  • A winner never stops trying. – Tom Landry
  • Creativity in follow up is key. Never let the prospect say, “You are persistent, but not convincing.” @Josh_Lowry
  • Do not wish for it, work for it. @SuccessMagazine
  • Feed your obsession, starve your fear. @GrantCardone
  • I see. I want. I grind. I get. – Anonymous
  • If we are not focused, it is probably not our best work. @KelseyHumphreys
  • If you are lucky enough to do well, it is your responsibility to send the elevator back down. @KevinSpacey
  • Know your numbers: Annual revenue, gross profit and expenses as % of gross profit. @MarcusLemonis
  • Make a decision to do something or to not do something. Free yourself to do what you need to. @GrantCardone
  • Never assume that another day is a better day to do what needs to be done today. @HectorLaMarque
  • Only a life lived for others is a life worth while. – Albert Einstein
  • Quit the insanity of doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. @DanVForbes
  • Remove negativity from your environment. @GrantCardone
  • Scale up or give up. @TilmanJFertitta
  • Separate from people who belittle your ambitions; draw in empowering people who believe in you. @SteveGutzler
  • Someone is going to win, make sure it is you. @MattManero
  • Stay positive or stay silent. @GuyKawasaki
  • The first to help you up are the ones who know how it feels to fall down. – Anonymous
  • The secret to successful hiring is look for people who want to change the world. @Benioff
  • When they go low, we go high. @MichelleObama
  • You cannot pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first. – Anonymous

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