The other day I was talking with my friend, Bob Brown, about a project I’m currently working on. I shared with him how I have found that there are basically three collections for our time each week. Seeing that each represents a third of our time, he quickly helped me label it the Trinity of Time. Being that he is also a Pastor may have helped too.
Time is a resource that we are each given an equal portion of every day. For us to make the most of our lives, we have to become intentional with how we spend and invest each hour. Those that do, excel. Those that don’t always wonder where the time went.
Michael Hyatt packs this book full of his wisdom and experience in building a personal brand and creating your Platform. I simply don’t think there is anything more he could have added. One thing I love about this book is the way he breaks each topic down to bit size parts. This makes it perfect to have on hand for quick reference.
So if you are interested in building your own brand and getting your message out to the masses, then this book is essential to your library.
Just when you are on the verge of doing something great, that voice gets louder. It gets desperate and if given just a moment of your time, it can kill your goal, kill your dream, and kill your very purpose in life.
You know this voice. You have heard it many times. It is the voice within that keeps you down and from your destiny. It pulls you back just as you are taking a step forward. It grabs hold of you so tightly that you tremble just at its mere whisper.
I know this voice very well myself because for years I listed to it as if it was my closest and dearest friend.
Think your team prefers bonus money over recognition? Think again.
This SlideShare shows just how important it is for leaders to engage and give performance recognition to their teams for driving higher performance, gaining greater outputs, increasing overall efficiency, and spurring more innovation.
Leading isn’t easy but done correctly can be highly rewarding for both you and the team. There are many roles a leader must assume while guiding their group to success. Some of these come naturally while others may take intentional practice.
Regardless if the roles come naturally or not, a leader should always be growing and learning in each of them. He or she should never believe they are the best they can be. When this happens, there is great probability that they will be passed by others and their vision never fulfilled.
Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.
John F. Kennedy
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