Doing the right thing isn't always easy - in fact, sometimes it's real hard - but just remember that doing the right thing is always right.
One of the major sources of stress, anxiety, and unhappiness comes from feeling as if your life is out of control.
Successful people keep moving, even when they are discouraged and have made mistakes.
The truth is that problems won't just go away.
When it comes to leading people, there is no problem that is unique to you.
There is no 'grand conspiracy' preventing your from accomplishing what you need to do.
If you want to make better use of your time, you need to be looking for the small increments of time ... a minute here, five minutes there, etc.
Every successful person has faced, attacked, and conquered adversity somewhere along the way.
Leaders who have integrity possess one of the most respected virtues in all of life.
When you depend on another's perceptions to match your expectations, you're setting yourself up for disappointment.
There are a few things that you can do that will yield better results than doing a whole lot of other things.
To fulfill you potential, you need to move out of your comfort zone and into the legacy zone.
You have to escape from management land and get in touch with your people.
Everything you do matters because your team is watching ... and depending on you to do the right thing.
We all need people who will help us look at situations from a different perspective.
People quit people before they quit companies.
You will never have enough time to do everything you need to do, so what you need is a crystal clear understanding of the important things you have to do.
Give away everything you have learned. If for no other reason, do it selfishly; in order to get more, you must give more.
Your job is not to lower the bottom by adjusting for and accommodating the lowest-performing employees. You should be raising the top by recognizing and rewarding superstar behavior.
Guard your integrity as if it's your most precious leadership possession, because that is what it is.
Even though your responsibilities increase when you become a manager, you lose some of the rights or freedoms you may have enjoyed in the past.
For you to be successful and provide your employees with the necessary tools for success, you and your boss must work together - no matter what.
You are the chief bucket filler, and the best way to fill buckets is with excellent communication.
There is a direct correlation between the books you read and the success you achieve.
The worst type of employee you can have is one who has mentally quit and is still physically coming to work every day.
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