Thought Leadership – December, 2017

Thought Leadership - December, 2017

  • Action expresses priorities. – Mahatma Gandhi
  • Always surround yourself with big people. @SteveGutzler.
  • As you grow older, your Xmas list gets shorter because the things you want cannot be bought. – Unknown
  • Be so good they cannot ignore you. – Steve Martin
  • Best way to escape from a problem is to solve it. – Alan Saporta
  • Blaming others is a habit. Own it. Take massive action to change it. @MattManero
  • Break bad habits that can break you. – J. Paul Getty
  • Calm is a super power. – Unknown
  • Comparison is the thief of joy. – Franklin Roosevelt
  • Do not complain about the problems around you—instead, become part of the solution. @TheRealBradLea
  • Do not hope. Hope is for people who are not prepared. – John Wooden
  • Do not judge me by my success. Judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up. – Nelson Mandela
  • Do not step over dollars to save pennies. – Daymond John
  • Do not wait for things to change, make things change. @TheRealBradLea
  • Done is better than perfect. – Kevin Turner
  • Effective leaders adjust their style to provide what the team cannot provide for itself. @KenBlanchard
  • Effective leaders are committed to what is right, not who is right. – John Wooden
  • Effective leaders differentiate between mistakes of commission and mistakes of omission. – John Wooden
  • Effective people focus on opportunities, not problems (feed opportunities, starve problems). – Peter Drucker
  • Eighty percent of millionaires are self-made, they created their money without inheriting it. @GrantCardone
  • Empower do not overpower. @LeadershipFreak
  • Frugality: Do more with less. Constraints breed invention, resourcefulness and self-sufficiency. @InsideAmazon
  • Good employees quit when management is bad. Bad employees quit when management is good. – Peter Drucker
  • Great leaders are measured by the size of their thinking and execution. @SteveGutzler
  • Help people that need a hand up, not a hand out. – Unknown
  • High expectations are the key to everything. – Sam Walton
  • Hire and Develop the Best: Leaders coach others and develop leaders. @InsideAmazon
  • How you see your future is more important than any hangup or hurt in the past. @SteveGutzler
  • If you fight for your limitations, you get to get them. – Unknown
  • If you do not believe in your people, you will get nowhere. – Alan Mulally
  • If you do not stand for something, you will fall for anything. – Malcom X
  • In crisis, lead from the front. In victory, lead from the back. @ValaAfshar
  • Integrity always leads to beautiful rewards. @SteveGutzler
  • It is not too late to get into Bitcoin, but it might be too early. @BrockPierce
  • Keep showing up with the right attitude and look for spikes – they will come. @GrantCardone
  • Kick the constant out of the equation and only deal with variables to make decisions quickly. @GrantCardone
  • Leadership goals: Clear enough to focus. Close enough to achieve. Helpful enough to change. @SteveGutzler
  • Leadership is building organizational capability. If better and know more than team, in trouble. – Alan Mulally
  • Leadership is wise use of power. Power is capacity to translate intention into reality & sustain it. – Warren Bennis
  • Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. – Albert Einstein
  • Managers control. Leaders create commitment. – Jonh Zenger
  • Mindset is power. Always visualize the best outcome. @MattManero
  • Most people bring “will power.” Leaders bring “willpower.” @SteveGutzler
  • No such thing as meaningless game. Every game is opportunity to learn, practice & improve. @AttackAthletics
  • Over the long term, the future is decided by optimists. @Kevin2Kelly
  • People in your inner circle should irritate you because their perspectives are different. @LeadershipFreak
  • People will not follow you or pay attention to you if you do not have strong beliefs. @SteveGutzler
  • Simplicity produces clarity. Clarity enables confidence. Confidence fuels progress. @LeadershipFreak
  • Successful careers develop when people know their strengths, method of work and values. – Peter Drucker
  • Take a look at the people around you. Do you want to be them? @GrantCardone
  • Talent is a gift, character is a choice. @JohnCMaxwell
  • Take advantage of what they take for granted. @GrantCardone
  • The best way to escape from a problem is to solve it. – Alan Saporta
  • The choice you make, makes you. – Anon
  • The distance between you and money is a problem waiting to be solved. @GrantCardone
  • The moment you look at the price of bitcoin and think it cannot go any higher so you do not buy any. @Levie
  • The most valuable asset that I need to get a return on is my time. @MCuban
  • The only way to increase time is to get more done in the time you have. Multiply your time. @GrantCardone
  • The only way to satisfy diverse customers is to include their perspectives inside the company. -Alan Mulally
  • The trouble is you think you have time. – Buddha
  • There are three constants in life: change, choice and principles. @StephenRCovey
  • There is no passion playing small; in settling for less. – Nelson Mandela
  • Throw me to the wolves and I will return leading the pack. – Unknown
  • Tell me what he can do (not what he cannot) and I will put that positive skill to work. – Bill Belichick
  • When you can write well, you can think well. @PhotoMatt
  • When you complain, nobody wants to help you. – Stephen Hawking
  • Without promotion something terrible happens …nothing! – P.T. Barnum
  • You are the average of the five people you associate most. Average up in person or virtually. – Tim Ferriss
  • You do not get rich by saving money, you get rich by multiplying it. @GrantCardone
  • Your skills have to be bigger than your fears. @GrantCardone

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