Thought Leadership – April, 2018

Thought Leadership - April, 2018

  • A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment. – John Wooden
  • Amazon added $337B to its market value in one year. That is the market CR of Exxon in one year. @ShiraOvide
  • An idea is never successful. The execution of the idea is successful. – Unknown
  • Always take the high road – it is a better view. @SteveGutzler
  • Average is forgettable. @LeadershipFreak
  • Be nice to everyone. – Rick Goings, CEO, Tupperware Brands.
  • Be the CMO of you. – Bethany Williams
  • Cash flow over time equals appreciation in the future. @GrantCardone
  • Change is not an event, it is a process. Give people time to process the change. @JohnCMaxwell
  • Choose not 2 b harmed and u will not feel harmed. Do not feel harmed and u have not been. – Marcus Aurelius
  • Compete w people above ur level and do not stop until ur mentors become ur peers. @MattManero
  • Compete w people far above u and beat them at their game. Never compete downward. @MattManero
  • Complexity is confusion. Confusion is uncertainty. Uncertainty is anxiety. Anxiety is inaction. @LeadershipFreak
  • Complexity is the enemy of execution. @EdMylett
  • Distractions kill success. Stay focused on one to two big objectives. Let the small things stay small. @MattManero
  • Do not expend money, expand it. @GrantCardone
  • Doubt kills more dreams than failure. @EdMylett
  • Effective leaders own everything they are responsible for and everything that affects their mission. @JockoWillink
  • Effective leadership is first things first. Effective management is discipline to carrying it out. – Stephen Covey
  • Effective team leaders adjust their style to provide what the group cannot provide itself. – Kenneth Blanchard
  • I can save you from drowning, but you have to swim to me. – Brad Lea
  • If you cannot explain something in simple terms, you do not understand it. – Professor Richard Feynman
  • In a 2017 survey, GOBankingRates found that 57%of Americans have <$1K in a savings account. @CNBC
  • Interesting people do interesting things. – Jim Rohn
  • It is not how you start, it is how you finish that counts. @LeadershipFreak
  • Job of a COO? Make the CEO’s job easier. @JasonLK
  • Lack of accountability says performance does not matter. @LeadershipFreak
  • Leaders have to learn to be flexible with style, but firm on standards. @SteveGutzler
  • Leadership is not a position. It is combination of who u are (character) and what u do (competence). – Ken Melrose
  • Leadership is seeing greatness in everyone and creating an environment for it to emerge. – Bill Campbell
  • Low standards never produce high results. @LeadershipFreak
  • Never associate w people who share ur weakness – they support what is holding you back. @TheRealBradLea
  • Never look back. Do not waste time and energy on past failure, channel it into future success. @RichardBranson
  • No economy, no matter how bad, can hold down a goal that is followed by enough action. @GrantCardone
  • Opportunities emerge after you step forward. @LeadershipFreak
  • Over long term, hard for stock to earn better return than the business which underlies it earns. – Charlie Munger
  • People act in ways that are consistent with others expectations of them. @SteveGutzler
  • Power perceived is power achieved. – Anonymous
  • Reviewing ur goals twice a day equals 730 times per year … big advantage over once a year. @GrantCardone
  • Sell the problem you solve, not the product. – Unknown
  • Show me your hero and I will show you how successful you will be in life. – Warren Buffett
  • Success is not something that happens to u; it is something that happens bc of u. @GrantCardone
  • Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do. – Jim Rohn
  • T.G.I.F. = The Grind Includes Friday. – Unknown
  • The big money is not in the buying and selling, but in the waiting. – Charlie Munger
  • The biggest obstacle to leaders taking ownership is ego. Own it and fix it. @JockoWillink
  • The longer you wait, the longer you wait. @JockoWillink
  • The number one reason people fail is they listen to others [people who have given up]. – Napoleon Hill
  • The road to personal development never ends. There is no destination, just milestones. @TheRealBradLea
  • The sales game is won in the follow up. @JarrodGlandt
  • The secret to success is good leadership … making the lives of your team members better. – Tony Dungy
  • To be a good leader, want other people to have success. – John Stockton
  • When demand > supply, prices increase. When supply > demand, prices decline. @GaryCardone911
  • When we experience another person’s emotions, we mirror them. Emotions are contagious. @HankNorman
  • Work like there is someone working twenty-four hours a day to take it all away from you. @MCuban
  • You are not a businessman, you are a business man! – Jay Z
  • You cannot see the picture when you are inside the frame. – Jim Rohn
  • You must have long term goals to keep you from being frustrated by short-term failures. – Charles C. Noble
  • Your eyes control your mouth. You talk about what you focus on. @LeadershipFreak

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