Tag: John Maxwell

The Law of Intentionality

Let’s consider Law #1 of my mentor John C. Maxwell’s “15 Invaluable Laws of Growth”The Law of Intentionality

“Growth doesn’t just happen”

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📷: Aaron Burden

I agree with John that working hard doesn’t guarantee success and hope is not a strategy.

So what may be holding us back from how intentional we need to be?

Our beliefs drive our behaviour.

We may have some mistaken or hidden beliefs that are holding us back.

Participants of my mastermind group studying these 15 Laws of John’s become aware of these growth gap traps that can keep us from growing and reaching our potential.

Contact me to learn more about my 15 Laws of Growth Mastermind groups.

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Let’s play the John Maxwell Team Leadership Game!

As John Maxwell says, “Everything rises and falls on leadership”

I know you are on the path to become a great leader and add value to others.

I invite you to join me and other business leaders, professional speakers, and trainers as we experience the “John Maxwell Team Leadership Game.” I am excited to share this innovative and valuable tool with you to improve your organizational leadership skills. I am glad we’re connected because this game is only available to you through a John Maxwell Team member.

The Leadership Game is a fun and innovative resource based on the teachings of John Maxwell. The game will help YOU increase your leadership value within your organization or business. By playing this game, you will be able to raise the leadership awareness of your team, clients, and coworkers and introduce the timeless leadership principles that will bring about positive change through communication and connection!

Here’s what Leadership Game players are saying:

“I had the privilege of playing the Leadership game twice in the last year. Two things learned are that we are leaders in every aspect of life. Others are always watching. The other is that what others see in us may not be what we see. I felt inspired, encouraged and empowered to be more.”

-Nancy King, Senior Sales Director, Mary Kay Cosmetics

“Going into this game I did not know what to expect, but as it turns out I was super impressed with it and can’t wait to play it again. This game helped our team recognize our personal strengths and weaknesses, but most importantly it helped us get to know each other on a higher personal level. We even had some of our members walk out of the game feeling like they needed to invest more in their education and themselves to grow as individuals. Overall, I would say it was a great game!”

-Ricardo Benavides, Broker and Owner of Big Realty

By joining us and playing the “Leadership Game,” you can blaze a trail for your leadership path. Let John Maxwell and me help you on your journey.

Please contact me at https://bit.ly/2PR29gA to reserve your spot

Setting My Mind On My Mindset

Mindset def. the established set of attitudes held by someone.

Previously, I suggested that “thinking is creative whether I think about what I’m thinking or not.” (Leadershift: Thoughts About Thoughts)

Am I intentional about my thinking?

There will never be the perfect weather to start thinking about thinking.

Today is the day.

In this 1 min 18 second clip below, my mentor and friend John C. Maxwell shares a thought about the word “Intentional”

What do I set my mind on?

Is my thinking in harmony with the person that I want to become?

Is my thinking in harmony with the things that I want to do?

Is my thinking in harmony with the things that I want to have?

Do I know what I desire? Can I clearly articulate it to another?

Do I schedule time to contemplate?

Do I echo my haters, bullies and critics?  “I am…” statements are potent.

Where your focus goes, your energy flows – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Photo by Hunter Bryant on Unsplash

How to maximise R&R at year’s end?

At year’s end, I intend to unplug and go off the grid.
A bit of R & R if you will.

Reflect and recharge.

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(image: Jason Ewart – Cars Land, California, USA)

So I’m curious…

Do you schedule intentional personal yearly reviews?

“Experience isn’t the best teacher. Evaluated experience is”
– John Maxwell

Are you aware what fills your tank?

“I put zero weight into anyone’s opinion about me because I know exactly who I am.
Can you say the same?”
– Gary Vaynerchuk

Share in the comments the activities that you undertake at year’s end for R & R.

I trust that as you and I sow R & R at the end of 2017 that it will set up our success for 2018 and also increase our fulfilment & service in the new year.

Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year to you and yours!