Think about what you are trying to accomplish in your life and work today. How much have you taken on your plate? Can you really do well all the things you are trying to do? Maybe, just maybe, you need to do less.
“I’m concentrating on how to make a difference in other people’s lives in a more meaningful way than I have ever done before.” Dan ForbesToday’s show is all about following our passion in life and helping others, as scary as it may be… E...
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A post plus a podcast interview of Me, Dan Forbes, Founder of the #LeadWithGiants Community. Thanks, Al Gonzalez.
Peter Drucker (1909-2005) is often referred to as a management guru and is known as ”the founder of modern management.” He is often remembered for what he describes as the 9 Practices of Effective Leaders. Here they are:
In 2002 Leonardo DeCaprio starred in the movie Catch Me If You Can. It was based on the life of Frank Abagnale, Jr. who was a great pretender. Before the age of 19 he had stolen millions of dollars by posing as a Pan Am World Airways pilot, a Georgia doctor, and a Louisiana prosecutor.Frank eventually was caught and sentenced to 12 years in prison. But the FBI cut a deal to reduce his sentence if he agreed to work with them in the bank fraud department to help catch other check forgers.We all have met leaders who seemed to be playing a part rather than really leading. Sooner or later the pret
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Can we become a Leader by "acting" like one? Here's my thoughts....
“Imagine that you met a remarkable person who could look at the sun or the stars and, amazingly, state the exact time an date. Wouldn’t it be even more amazing still if, instead of telling the time, that person built a clock that could tell the time forever, even after he or she were dead and gone?” – Jim Collins, Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies
What Kind of Leader Are You, A Clock-Builder Or A Time-Teller?
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