Fantastic Management Tips for Corporate Leaders
Purchased a copy of Steve Siebold’s bestseller titled “177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class”; would strongly recommend it to industry professionals. Every single tip is about a page long and brilliantly presented! Steve has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, and USA Today. Make sure you buy your copy today! #Leadership #Management #Quotes #Inspiration #Bestseller
My favorite tips from the bestseller (covered under fair use for review/commentary):
- Champions either win or learn; they never fail!
- World-class performers enjoy adversity and consider it the ultimate catalyst for mental growth.
- Amateurs motivate teams through logic, whereas professional performers motivate teams through (positive) emotion.
- Champions never care about who gets the credit.
- World-class performers love learning and are coachable.
- Creativity and fear cannot co-exist. They never do in the mind of a champion.
- World-class managers know that effort and compensation do not always go hand in hand. Certain tasks reap huge benefits years after they get accomplished.
- The great ones know the power of conversation. They also know that it is a dialogue, not a monologue. Champions are world-class communicators and equally fantastic listeners.
- Champions love what they do and prefer being enthusiastic.
- Great achievers create positive environments for themselves and for their teams.
- Champions aren’t in the business of protecting their egos; they’re in the business of learning, growing, and becoming.
- Amateurs are controlled by their fears; great achievers embrace fear and then conquer it.
- Amateurs live in the past. World-class performers focus on the present and positively look forward to a fantastic future!
- The average employee accepts; the champion questions.
- Outsiders see achievers as dedicated souls with extraordinary capabilities. A closer look gives a more accurate portrayal of what really drives these people: fun! Champions have more fun at work than any other group.
- The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attitude of the strong (tip no. 58 quotes Mahatma Gandhi).
- Professional performers generate universal ideas.
- World-class leaders are like chameleons. They can adapt to absolutely any situation.
- Champions believe in change, audacity, teamwork, time management, self-respect, emotional intelligence, work ethic, interdependence, diet, and exercise.
- Great managers have great dreams. However, none of them are delusional.
- World-class leaders consider mistakes as company assets; to be recorded and duly avoided in the future.
- Champions engage in meaningful networking.
- Top performers do not constantly seek the approval of others.
- The great ones often seek solitude to recharge their creative minds. They also consult their mentors.
- Professional achievers easily spot opportunities and brainstorm to convert them into successful ventures.
- Champions praise others lavishly and do so more often to bring out the best.
- Great managers know how to program their teams.
- Champions respond; amateurs react!
- Champions simplify; amateurs do the opposite.
- Champions have a fantastic sense of humor 🙂
Available for purchase here: https://www.amazon.com/Mental-Toughness-Secrets-World-Class/dp/0975500309