Great leadership usually starts with a willing heart,
a positive attitude, and a desire to make a difference.
Find what makes your heart sing and create your own music.
You can’t fake passion. It is the fuel that drives any dream and makes you happy to be alive.
This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given this day to use as you will. You can waste it or use it for good. What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever; in its place is something that you have left behind… let it be something good.
People are like sticks of dynamite. The power is on the inside, but nothing happens until the fuse gets lit.
Behind me is infinite power, before me is endless possibility, around me is boundless opportunity.
Attitudes truly are contagious, and from time to time we need to ask ourselves, ‘Is mine worth catching?’
Dream big dreams, but never forget that realistic short-term goals are the keys to your success.
It’s not the things we get but the hearts we touch that will determine our success in life.
One of the most wonderful things about having a positive attitude is the number of people it touches, many times in ways you’ll never know.
If I am happy inside, then I live in paradise no matter where my residence is.
Never underestimate the power of belief when it comes to fulfilling your dreams. I can say with no hesitation that every person I’ve ever met who has achieved any degree of success has one thing in common: they believed with all their heart they could do it.
In order to accomplish more than you ever have before, you must do more than you have ever done before.
Laugh loud, and laugh often. It’ll keep you happy, keep you healthy, and keep your attitude headed in a positive direction.
What happens when you believe something with all your heart? Belief fuels enthusiasm, and determined enthusiasm explodes into passion. It fires our souls and lifts our spirits.
By the choices we make, by the attitudes we exhibit, we are influencing lives every day in positive or negative ways.
Focus is not a ‘business only’ thing. Each person has only twenty-four hours per day, and how we spend those hours shows what’s important in our lives. The question we must ask ourselves is…Are we focusing on what really matters?
Gratitude is not a fair weather virtue. True gratitude means appreciating your life no matter what the storms may bring. Is simply being alive gift enough for you to feel grateful?
Never forget, organizational values start and end with you, the leader. Whether your example is good or bad, expect most employees to follow your lead.
The only way to build a good company is one satisfied customer at a time. However, to build a great company, we must add one raving fan at a time. The difference is this…a satisfied customer will come back, but a raving fan not only comes back, but becomes part of your sales team. There’s a big difference!
By the choices we make, by the attitudes we exhibit, we are influencing lives every day in positive or negative ways…our family, our peers, our friends, and even strangers we’ve never met before and will never meet again. So when you brush your teeth every morning, look in the mirror and ask yourself…’Are there things I’d like to change?’
No matter how bad things are, they could always be worse. Start finding gratitude for what might have happened, but didn’t.
If employees feel you don’t trust them to do their jobs correctly and well, they’ll be reluctant to do much without your approval. On the other hand, when they feel trusted, that you believe they’ll do the right things well, they’ll naturally want to do things well and be deserving of your trust.
The difference is that raving fans, unlike satisfied customers, become part of your sales force. They tell friends, family and co-workers about your services and your products. And, of course, good things will happen!
Passion–it’s the driving force that you just can’t ignore. It’s what will make your new adventure seem more like fun, than work. It’s the difference between wanting to start a business and craving it.