"If Larry were to jump off a bridge, would you?" As silly as this statement seemed as a child, the analogy is quite powerful when choosing your friends, associates, and employees. Join John as he takes a few moments to teach you how to define great people.
What makes a great decision? If decisions were only made, life would be quite simple. The truth is, most of us fall short after the decision is made - in the management phase. Here are a few helpful to help you make great decisions.
If you want to be successful, you have to truly value people not just what they can give you. Value them consistently and you will fulfill an intrinsic need in their life and yours. Listen in on this brief segment as John Maxwell answers the “value question.”
While on a trip to Israel with friends and associates, John composes a rap that, well, you’ll just have to hear it for yourself.
His message was on attitudes, and that was a very good thing.
John discusses the importance of listening.
John talks about how effective communication is based on similarities, not differences.
John speaks about how your greatest growth is in the area of your giftedness.
John shares some of his most significant items – and the stories behind them.
John answers some of his most frequently asked questions.
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