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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 Jul 9
Here with Captain Ugo & the Disney Magic Leadership Team. Grandkids & entire family having a blast!
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John C Maxwell Jun 29
Martin Fishbein developed the expectancy-value theory of motivation which says that people's behavior is determined by how highly the goal they have is valued and how strongly they believe they can succeed at achieving it.
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John C Maxwell Jun 28
The Law of Magnetism from The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: "Who you are is who you attract." If you're someone who sees nothing but problems, guess what you get in life: more problems. If you see nothing but possibilities, guess what: you receive more possibilities.
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John C Maxwell Jun 27
Good leaders don't just resolve the issue to get it off their plates quickly for the sake of their own comfort. They help create solutions that take their people and their organization forward and put them in a better position than they were in before they experienced the problem
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John C Maxwell Jun 26
The best problem solvers don't work alone.
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John C Maxwell Jun 25
Glenn Llopis asserts, "Organizational silos are the root cause of most workplace problems and are why many of them never get resolved. Breaking down silos allows a leader to more easily engage their employees to get their hands dirty and solve problems together.
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John C Maxwell Jun 24
Today I am speaking to 14,000+ at the Million Dollar Roundtable. Great group of leaders from 54 countries.
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John C Maxwell Jun 24
No matter how difficult your circumstances may seem, there is likely a solution that not only resolves the problem, but has the potential to improve your life and leadership.
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John C Maxwell Jun 23
One of the greatest dangers for a thoughtful person is to spend too much time on problem solving and too little time on solution implementing. Leaders who don't or can't follow through are in danger of thinking, Ready, aim, aim, aim...but never fire!
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John C Maxwell Jun 22
Albert Einstein said, "In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity."
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John C Maxwell Jun 6
Today I have the privledge of speaking to over 3,000 leaders in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Nine Mayors from the region committed to training over 5,000 city workers in next few months.
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John C Maxwell Jun 5
Today I am in Retalhuleu, Guatemala speaking to over 1,100 Transformation Facilitators in 3 different events.
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John C Maxwell May 30
Perhaps the most important problem-solving skill that I have learned and practiced over the years is mental agility. I am always looking for answers, I always believe I can find them, and I'm always convinced that there is more than one solution to any problem.
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John C Maxwell May 30
Author Jim Collins said: "There is a sense of exhilaration that comes from facing head-on the hard truths and saying, "We will not give up. We will not capitulate. It might take a long time, but we will find a way to prevail."
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John C Maxwell May 29
Early in my leadership career, a dairy farmer told me, "John, the hardest thing about milking cows is that they don't stay milked." As a leader, I feel that problems are like cows. You're never really done with them.
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John C Maxwell May 29
As a leader, the more disconnected you are from your people, the more disconnected you may become from the problems.
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John C Maxwell May 28
As my CEO, , recently reminded me, pragmatism allows a person to take things that others would consider problems or distractions and see them as opportunities.
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John C Maxwell May 28
In a well-led organization, problems are solved at the lowest level possible. That means that the problems that do rise up to leaders are often the most difficult.
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John C Maxwell May 27
It's true that life is hard for everyone. And if life is tough for individuals, its difficulty is multiplied for leaders. Individuals can think me, but leaders must think we.
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John C Maxwell May 26
The Law of Buy-in from The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership states, "People buy into the leader, then the vision." The foundation of that belief is built through integrity.
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