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Maximize your potential
Transcript of Maximize your potential
-MARY ANGELOU Do what you love. Make sure it connects to what other people want. "Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring."
-RALPH WALDO EMERSON "Location, Location, Location" is overrated. "Business opportunities are like buses; there's always another one coming."
-SIR RICHARD BRANSON "Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work."
-PETER F. DRUCKER "Before beginning, prepare carefully."
-MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO "Nobody succeeds beyond his or her wildest expectations unless he or she begins with some wild expectations."
-RALPH CHARELL Courage of conviction Superb values, self respect "Few things are as smart as investing in becoming a better thinker and developing a stronger mind."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Sometimes we need to get off track before we develop the clarity to be on the track."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Everyone need to show leadership. Everyone needs to drive innovation. Everyone needs to inspire their teammates. Everyone needs to embrace change. Everyone needs to take responsibility for results. Everyone needs to be positive. To show leadership, we need to start by being truly excellent in our current role."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Embracing uncertainty is a precious gift. Most of us get scared the moment we face the unknown. We shouldn't though. It's really nothing more than the beginning of an adventure. And our growth coming to get us."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Repetition is a powerful teaching tactic. Through repetition, a new idea can quickly become integrated as a new belief."
-ROBIN SHARMA "The foundation of it all is self-leadership. if you can't lead yourself, you'll never be able to lead anyone around you.
Potential unrealized turns to pain. And the really sad thing is the violence of mediocrity creeps up on people. It happens so quietly and ever so visibly."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Success is created through a performance of a few small daily disciplines that stack up over time to produce achievements for beyond anything you could have ever planned for.
Successful people all perform the same few leadership disciplines. They consistently follow the same few fundamentals. But their seemingly small, insignificant daily acts of excellence over time creates a best-in-class career and a world class personal life."
-ROBIN SHARMA "Sustained change only happens when we shift at an emotional rather than a logical level. Get under your skin, touch your heart rather than just speaking to your head. The real key is to bring some emotion, energy and passion into the equation."
-ROBIN SHARMA Standard of concentrated excellence Regularly confront your largest fears Realize your highest visions Skill requirements
Work values The new capabilities required to execute new responsibilities New time frames that govern how one works What people believe is important and so becomes the focus of their efforts As mentioned in the book, "Leadership pipeline" by Ram Charan, Steve Drotter, Jim Noel How do we create opportunities within our roles? How do we master the first passage in the Leadership Pipeline "Managing Self". Sharpen and broaden individual skills
Make increased contributions
Learning involves planning Punctuality
Reliability Acceptance of the company culture
Adopting professional standards When people become skilled individual contributors producing great results-especially when they demonstrate an ability to collaborate with others-they receive additional responsibilities. Even the highest-performing people, especially, are reluctant to change; they want to keep doing activities that made them successful. As mentioned in the book, "Leadership pipeline" by Ram Charan, Steve Drotter, Jim Noel "A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world."
-JOHN LE CARRE Critical Career passages in a Large Business Organization Manage Self Manage Others Manage Managers Passage 1 Passage 2 Passage 3 Passage 4 Functional Managers Passage 5 Business Manager Group Manager Passage 6 Enterprise Manager (Based on work done initially by Walter Mahler and called Critical Career Crossroads) 2009 recap 2009-new reality 2009 Context setting 2009 story telling 2009 Career planning 2011 re-emphasize I like to draw