Tag Archives: Leadership
the value of time and how to impart it’s precious nature to others
He describes the drive that gets him from point A to point B.
The old saying “Curiosity killed the cat” may be good for cats, but is it appropriate for leaders?
If a leader can get individuals to grow, then they can grow their company.
Connecting with people in every area of life will bring you more of what you want and allow you to live your very best life!
To be proactive means to think ahead, to confront issues before they get out of control and create bigger problems.
We often spend priority time with problem people when we should be spending it with potential people, people who have a better attitude, willing to learn, and work hard.
I would advise prospective Agents to buckle their seat belts and prepare themselves for the ride of a lifetime.
Success is your ability to be a blessing to others. If you have lived for yourself alone, then you a waste of space and have lived for nothing.
The ability to move up in leadership has given Patrick the chance to invest his time in mentoring others and give them the opportunity that Patrick had.
Mark McAndrew was raised in Kahoka, Missouri. He is a 1975 graduate of the University of Missouri in Columbia, with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
But my father made a really smart decision when he was young. He took out a life insurance policy that both my brother and I were able to use to help pay for college.
A New Jersey native, Rob spent his college years at Drew University where he majored in Political Science and Philosophy and also had the opportunity to study at the United Nations.
Like so many associated with American Income Life, Steve contributes to many different charitable organizations, both new and established.
Roger Smith is a passionate advocate for economic justice. He has written on economic issues effecting working families and his opinion pieces have been published in numerous papers nationwide, including the online Huffington Post.
Do not fool yourself into thinking that life has changed much since the days of Louis XIV
For empowerment to succeed, leaders must make a leap of faith and fight the battle against habit of tradition.
Vision empowers and excites us to reach for what we truly desire. As the late management guru Peter Drucker said, “The best way to predict your future is to create it!”
People today are desperate for leaders, but they want to be led by individuals they can trust, persons of good character. …
… Employees never complain about discipline if they know it’s fair and comes from a hardworking leader who leads by example. …
… People who see the big picture expand their experience because they expand their world. …
… Spend time with big-picture thinkers, and you will find that they learn continually. …