By John C. Maxwell
Another nice little ebook choked with knowledge and guide so as to add to the profitable a hundred and one sequence from John C. Maxwell, now with revenues in far more than 1 million copies.
Drawing from lots of John Maxwell's bestsellers, this publication explores the undying ideas that experience develop into Dr. Maxwell's trademark variety. In a concise, trouble-free voice, Maxwell specializes in crucial and time-tested characteristics precious for actual success.
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People Think Failure Is Avoidable . . It’s Not Everybody fails, errs, and makes mistakes. ” Alexander Pope wrote that more than 250 years ago. And he was only paraphrasing a saying that was common 2,000 years ago, during the time of the Romans. Things today are the same as they were then: if you’re a human being, you’re going to make mistakes. You’re probably familiar with Murphy’s Law and the Peter Principle. ” I think it describes well the state we’re in as people: Wh at R o l e D oe s Fa i l u r e Pl ay i n S u c c e s s ?
Ave you ever worked with people who didn’t lead themselves very well? We often think that selfleadership is about making good decisions every day, when the reality is that we need to make a few critical decisions in major areas of life and then manage those decisions day to day. Here’s a classic example of what I mean. Have you ever made a New Year’s resolution to exercise? You probably already believe that exercise is important. Making a decision to do it isn’t that hard, but managing that decision—and following through—is much more difficult.
Leaders and other successful people know when to display emotions and when to delay them. Sometimes they show them so that their teammates can feel what they’re feeling. It stirs them up. Is that manipulative? I don’t think so, as long as people are doing it for the good of the team and not for their own gain. Because leaders see more than others and ahead of others, they often experience the emotions first. By letting the team know what you’re feeling, you’re helping them to see what you’re seeing.