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TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Mastermind Alliance.

TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Mastermind Alliance. | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

What inspire me this principle: In life as in business, people who are around us always make the difference. Indeed, being with the right people at the right time is a big part of success. As the song says, "everybody needs somebody" it's true because it is important to have partners and / or mentor to duplicate our strength to achieve our goals more easily.

 

As a leader, we must open our eyes to meet the right people with the same mentality and the same passions that we, to make the path together and lead the team to success.

 

Napoleon Hill (YouTube) about the second principle: http://bit.ly/vxDlxB

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Outcome Thinking for Leadership: Your Thoughts Attract Your Results

Outcome Thinking for Leadership: Your Thoughts Attract Your Results | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

Do you know exactly what you want? Do your partners know exactly what you want? Do you know exactly what they want?


Via Philippe Vallat, Sue Hickton
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10 Wise Lessons: What I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

10 Wise Lessons: What I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger | leadership 3.0 | Scoop.it

As I recently celebrated another year of life and am entering a new phase of mid-life (whatever that is) I began to contemplate the lessons that I would pass on to my younger self.


Whether you are young or young at heart, it is never too late to change — or incorporate some new (and better) practices into your daily life.

 

Here are 10 wise lessons that I wish I knew when I was younger:

 

1. Don’t worry about what other people think of you.
I used to worry too much what others thought of me, of my decisions and of my actions. Eventually, I came to realize that if you’re wasting too much time seeking validation, respect or approval from others, then you won’t have time to accomplish all that you desire...


Via Martin Gysler
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