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John C Maxwell
Bestselling author & speaker on leadership. Christian. Blogger. Trainer. Coach. Everything rises & falls on leadership.
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John C Maxwell 5h
As a servant leader, when you improve yourself in areas that are important to the people you lead, not only do you get better, but you make the person you serve better.
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John C Maxwell 9h
I met with the Guatemala President of Congress and spoke with members of Congress about Transformation. Excited about transforming this country.
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John C Maxwell Oct 16
Today I spoke to over 10,000 public servants in Guatemala - Firemen, Policemen and Military Personnel. What an amazing response to Transformational Leadership.
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John C Maxwell Oct 16
As my friend says, "A servant leader's value rests in why he does what he does and how well he does it, not in what he does or how often he does it. This allows him to find value in who he is."
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John C Maxwell Oct 15
Today, I am meeting with the Vice Minister of Education signing an agreement to train another 2.2 million students starting in the 2019 school year.
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John C Maxwell Oct 15
This morning I am speaking to over 10,000 Educators who are facilitating Transformational Values in Guatemala.
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John C Maxwell Oct 15
To bring out the best in others, I have to first bring out the best in me. I cannot give what I do not have. Neither can you.
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John C Maxwell Oct 14
Serving others begins with attitude and then becomes action. If you ask yourself what others need and act on your feelings every day, serving others will soon become a habit.
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John C Maxwell Oct 13
When you decide to serve others as a leader, the team's success becomes your success.
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
Are you prepared to ? My new book “Leadershift: 11 Essential Changes Every Leader Must Embrace” is out February 2019, but you can text “Leadershift” to 474747 for a free preview chapter!
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
Powerful words of inspiration from during “Sometimes, you have to shift your perspective in order to shift your attitude.”
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
An incredible morning with on the stage. His insights into timing and leadership were incredible!
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
Servant leaders should listen without judgement, be authentic, build community, share power, and develop people.
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
“I realized, as a leader, that the destiny of my people was tied to mine.”—
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John C Maxwell Oct 12
Chatting with during today’s was wonderful—but this thought from his life story was just amazing: “Don’t despise small beginnings.”
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John C Maxwell Oct 11
When I went to hear Zig Ziglar speak, and I heard him say, "If you help people get what they want, they will help you get what you want." What he was really talking about was servant leadership, and that idea rocked my world.
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John C Maxwell Oct 10
Good leaders create confidence, ideas, strategy, and options. I teach this valuable lesson in the latest episode of The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast, “The Picture of Leadership (Part 2).” Listen now at
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John C Maxwell Oct 10
Once you've tested a new way to do something, failed, learned, and applied what you've learned, you will be ready to reenter the race with your whatever-it-takes attitude strengthened and with new ways to approach challenges and lead others.
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John C Maxwell Oct 9
Kouzes and Posner in the Leadership Challenge wrote, "Leaders must challenge the process precisely because any system will unconsciously conspire to maintain the status quo and prevent change."
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John C Maxwell Oct 8
I believing any measure of success can impair our ability to imagine achieving something better. The truth is that even when we're highly successful, we need to keep looking for ways to improve.
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