November 2012

By far the greatest obstacle to success that I see in others is a poor understanding of people. A while back the Wall Street Journal published an article on the reasons that executives fail. At the top of the list was a person’s inability to effectively relate to others. ...

This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for... The grace of God, the love of my family, the joy of friends, the gift of time, the blessing of health, and you! Happy Thanksgiving!

“Do you see a man who excels in his work? He will stand before kings; he will not stand before unknown men.” ~ King Solomon (Proverbs 22:29) Excellence is the gap between average and exceptional. It’s the ability to exceed expectations and consistently deliver superior quality. In developing habits of excellence,...

The first day on the job can be dizzying for an incoming employee as she tries to learn how she fits into the new organization. However, the pace at which business is conducted today, with change constantly occurring, can disorient even longtime veterans. Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline...

Communicate John's leadership principles to your team with these beautifully designed infographs. Each infograph visually expresses John's concise principles with imagery that makes them unforgettable.

The Golden Gate Bridge, one of America’s most iconic engineering feats, turned 75 years old in June. The bridge originally took more than four years to build, and at the time of its construction, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. More than two billion vehicles have driven...

Can you believe that it's already November? It's fall here in the United States, and it seems that everyone is busy. Right now I'm busy preparing for some international speaking engagements, and I've recently started work on my book to come out in 2014. And I just spoke this past weekend...

Communicate John's leadership principles to your team with these beautifully designed infographs. Each infograph visually expresses John's concise principles with imagery that makes them unforgettable.

At first glance, the questions Can I? and How Can I? may appear to be very similar. However, the reality is that they are worlds apart in terms of results. Can I? is a question filled with hesitation and doubt. It is a question that imposes limitations. If that is...

Thank you to everyone who entered last week's giveaway of a Maxwell Plan for Personal Growth Plus! I'm grateful for all who Tweeted about the contest and spread the word about this resource. On Monday, we chose...

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