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  • 1. SMART LEADERSHIP
  • 2. The key to developing people is to catch them doing something right. Spencer Johnson
  • 3. People who produce good results feel good about themselves Robert Lorber
  • 4. Praise progress it’s a moving target Thad Lacinak, Chuck Tompkins and Jim Ballard
  • 5. Feedback is the breakfast of champions Rick Tate
  • 6. When mistakes occur, redirect the energy. Thad Lacinak, Chuck Tompkins, and Jim Ballard
  • 7. No one can make you feel inferior without your permission. Eleanor Roosevelt
  • 8. None of us is as smart as all of us. Don Carew, And Eunice Parisi-Carew
  • 9. Things not worth doing are not worth doing well William Oncken, And Hal Burrows
  • 10. Success is not forever and failure isn’t fatal. Don Shula
  • 11. When you stop learning, you stop growing.
  • 12. In life, what you resist, persists. Werner Erhard
  • 13. Don’t work harder – work smarter.
  • 14. Nice guys may appear to finish last, but usually they are running in a different race. Norman Vincent Peale
  • 15. In managing people it is easier to loosen up than tighten up. Patricia Zigarmi, and Drea Zigarmi
  • 16. Anything worth doing does not have to be done perfectly – at first.
  • 17. What motivates people is what motivates people.
  • 18. Life is all about getting A’s.
  • 19. If you want your people to be responsible, you must be responsive. Bill Hybels, and Phil Hodges
  • 20. It more important as a manager to be respected than to be popular. Don Shula
  • 21. People with humility don’t think less of themselves, they just think of themselves less. Norman Vincent Peale
  • 22. Never, never, never, never… give in. Winston Churchill
  • 23. Trying is just a noisy way of not doing something.
  • 24. It never hurts to toot Your own horn once In a while. Thad Lacinak, Chuck Tompkins, and Ballard
  • 25. Sometimes when the numbers look right the decision is still wrong! Norman Vincent Peale
  • 26. Love is being able to say you’re sorry.
  • 27. Without a change in your behavior, just saying “I’m sorry” is not enough. Margret McBride
  • 28. Perpetual Prosperity comes to those who help others. Sheldon Bowles
  • 29. Think Big! act Big! be Big! Norman Vincent Peale
  • 30. Real communication happens when people feel safe.
  • 31. All good performance starts with clear goals.
  • 32. Different strokes for different folks. Patricia Zigarmi, and Drea Zigarmi Different strokes for the same folks.
  • 33. If God had wanted us to talk more than listen, He would Have.. Ken Blanchard, Thad Lacinak, Chuck Tompkins, and Ballard
  • 34. Vision is knowing who are you, where you’re going, and what will guide your journey Jesse Stoner
  • 35. Take responsibility for making relationships work.
  • 36. All empowerment exists in the present moment.
  • 37. The cure for too much to do is solitude and silence Phil Hodges
  • 38. People in organizations need to develop a fascination for what doesn’t work.
  • 39. Winning coaches make their teams audible - ready Don Shula
  • 40. When you know what you stand for, you can turn around on a dime and have five cents change .
  • 41. Positive thinkers get positive results because they are not afraid of problems. Norman Vincent Peale
  • 42. Am I a servant Leader or a self – serving Leader? Phil Hodges
  • 43. Get your ego Out of the way and Move on. Sheldon Bowles, Don Carew and Eunice Parisi-Carew
  • 44. New today Obsolete tomorrow
  • 45. Leadership is not something you do to people. It’s something you do with people. Patricia Zigarmi, and Drea Zigarmi
  • 46. Take time to Identify core values. Core values must be communicated
  • 47. Knowing where You’re going is the First step to getting There. Ken blanchard
  • 48. As a leader, the Most important Earthly relationship You can cultivate is Your relationship With yourself. Terry Waghorn
  • 49. Your life is yours to Design. Make it all it Can be!

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