The Language of a Leader

The first in a series of leadership calls focuses on this truth: To be a world class leader, use world class language.

* This recording is from a series of calls to leaders of a direct sales company.  The concepts apply to leaders from any organization.  You may hear passing references to the company.  This is not intended as a marketing tool of that or any other company.

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  • Jay

    I have always had a feel for everything you was saying but never really dedicated myself to it. I can honestly say I now have a clear vision of where I want to go and where I want to be. Are they any books that you can suggest to read as a starting point to elevate myself to be the best I can be?

    • Jay, thanks for the comment. I would recommend reading the book, “15 Invaluable Laws of Growth,” by John Maxwell. Here’s a link to it on Amazon:

      • Hey, Scott. I eventually completed that book end of last year. Almost every chapter was an aha moment for me. What really changed for me was my approach to goal setting and being intentional about my growth. Thank you for the recommendation (last year at SA Bootcamp)

        • Now that several months have passed, how have you seen the impact from your reading? Have you applied what you learned?

          • I have applied, yes. It’s a process as well – shifting my focus towards doing things that are in my control from those that are not. I have more peace as a result even when things don’t always go my way. That has made quite a difference in my life. I’m constantly working on improving