You cannot consistently perform in a manner that is inconsistent with the way you see yourself. Think about it.It’s a fact of life that people spend the most time doing what they believe will benefit them most.
When you realize that people treat you according to how they see themselves rather than how you really are, you are less likely to take personally their behavior toward you.
If you’re willing to stand apart from the crowd, you’re putting yourself in a vulnerable position. Count on some degree of criticism.
People withhold their best efforts when they see little or no relationships between what they do and how they are rewarded.
The key to relating to others is putting yourself in someone else’s place instead of putting them in their place.
Confidence is contagious.
A leader must be consistent in three areas –
- People – this bulids security.
- Principles – this provides direction.
- Projects – this builds morale.
You can get everything in life you want if you help enough people get what they want.
Uniformity is not the key to successful teamwork.
The glue that holds a team together is unity of purpose.
Show me a person who sees himself negatively and I will show you a person who sees others in a negative way.
A leader with confidence is a leader who brings about positive change in people.