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Leading From the Front (“Always On” Leadership)

BOOK REVIEW: Leadership From 30,000 Feet 5 Retired Generals Psychology/Sociology of Leading 2019 / 193 Pages Table of Contents/Organization Part 1 – Commitment Part 2 – Courage Part 3 – Competence Part 4 – Compassion Part 5 – Character Stand-Out Lines Page 31: “Committed leaders pledge themselves to the tasks at hand every day.” Page

We say, “Momentum is the impetus gained by a moving object”

Leaders study momentum and build a network that supports growth and exponential career development.

Do You Know How to Prioritize Your Work?

When it’s time to work on the “big rocks” that Stephen Covey talked about, how do YOU prioritize?

Habit: a settled or regular tendency or practice

Do you have a habit you’d like to take on? To change? To learn more about?

What causes a person to think of herself or himself as a “leader?”

Are you an influential leader? What causes a person to think of herself or himself as a “leader?” It’s a question I got to ask Frances Hesselbein. Look out at the community you live and work in and identify those brave enough to stand up and say, “I am a leader.” This month, Get Momentum

Almost lunchtime? Do these 4 things to be more productive

Focus on the right things…That is what makes the difference that is worth making. Here is how to be more productive.

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Home of “12 Books” The biggest business book group and the only author-led book group in the world. Here you have an exclusive opportunity to speak directly to New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon.com Best Selling Authors. Your Best Just Got Better – reviews here http://wmck.co/ybjgbreviews – is the February Book of the Month!