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Wondering, Should I Try To Become A Leader?

Are you working hard? Are you fighting to get your “full plate” to be a lot lighter? Do you realize that you’re spending more time at work with the people you supervise than with members of your own family? Do you also realize that your staff is, as well?

Here’s some “thinking food for your brain”.

“In the end, a great leader is only known by the impact he or she has on others.” Jim Stovall – American Author

“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” Michael Jordan

“None of us is as smart as all of us.” Ken Blanchard – American Author

“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” H.E. Luccock – American Professor and Author

“When all is said and done and we’ve completed this journey we call life, what will matter most is not what we achieve — but rather who we have become.”

You are working hard. Your efforts might change lives. Your standards and values are what set you apart.

Be genuine, value the potential resident in those who report to you. Build trust and hold people accountable to perform to their potential.

That’s all.


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