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Neil Ducoff’s Take On Leadership!

I just loved Neil Ducoff’s take on leadership in this post. Take a few minutes to have a read. It is very inspiring…

No-Compromise Leadership Blog

One thing I’ve learned in my 62 years is that success never seeks you out. Success is about as indifferent and unemotional as it gets. It doesn’t give a hoot about your dreams and vision of what success means to you. It doesn’t care if you’re wildly successful today and lose it all tomorrow. Success is never in a rush. Success is just this extraordinary state that allows people, companies and organizations to bask in its glow and glory for as long or as little as they choose. There’s only one rule; show up and play to win. Otherwise, get out of the way.

I’ve been teaching, writing and coaching business and leadership for 40 years. I’ve had my share of successes and failures – but I keep showing up and keep trying to get better. When I look at my calendar and see keynotes, classes and consulting dates, I…

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I have had the good fortune to correspond with Richard from time to time over the past year. I also read his blog when time permits.

This post caught my attention over the weekend. If anyone is thinking about owning a business, is attempting to “live the entrepreneurial dream, or wants a great read, this post is for you! Check out how Richard eloquently describes the need for a business coach.

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I Need a Business Coach

 

What is your intention and objective? What rationale are you using to determine your tenacity to reach your purpose?  Is your resolution resolute? Will your commitment and resolve match the desire of the want? What are you willing to do to reach your objective?

 

We all want success. I have never met any person that wanted failure. Sometimes success eludes us and it is difficult to understand and discover what is holding the success from overflowing the cup of wealth and desire. Often opportunities are pushed to the side and forgotten mainly due to our own ignorance to look past our own self absorb opinions. We live in this circle of what we know that binds and hinders our willingness to seek opportunities outside our realm of vision and beliefs.

 

Many business owners have hit the first of many curveballs thrown…

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