The Disciplined Leader is someone who focuses on the 20 percent of activities that drive 80 percent of results.
If you don’t know what your barriers are, it’s impossible to figure out how to tear them down.
Scout out competitors’ websites. Everything your competitors think is important or relevant usually exists on their website.
Believing in your potential and calling upon your courage to change will fuel your professional growth and help you accomplish goals.
Courage is a requirement for facing your fears, doing things differently, and applying any new habits that align with and support your goals.
Approach the goal you’ve set with a positive, grateful attitude, and your perception about the goal and the journey will feel less like work, and more like fun.
Truthfulness is the golden thread that binds good lives, good relationships, and our very legacy.
Go a little easy on the people around you. Try to reel in judging thoughts. Think before you speak.
Anything that needlessly robs you of your time, energy, and other precious resources is destructive to you and your leadership.
Because discipline is misunderstood or not as valued as it has been, the United States—and some might argue the world—is experiencing a cultural leadership crisis.
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