“the strength of the team is impacted by its weakest link.”

John C. Maxwell

“What we do on some great occasion will depend on what we are; and what we are will be the result of previous years of self-discipline.”

John C. Maxwell

“Silent gratitude isn’t much good to anyone.”

John C. Maxwell

“Every person has a longing to be significant, to make a contribution, to be a part of something noble and purposeful.”

John C. Maxwell

“How to prepare someone for leadership: I do it. I do it and you watch. You do it and I watch. You do it. You do it and someone else watches.” 

John C. Maxwell

“Success on any major scale requires you to accept responsibility . . . In the final analysis, the one quality that all successful people have is the ability to take on responsibility.”

John C. Maxwell

“«No es la posición lo que hace al líder, sino el líder quien establece la posición».”

John C. Maxwell

“Influencing others is a matter of disposition, not position.”

John C. Maxwell

“usted se gana el corazón de las personas cuando les ayuda a crecer.”

John C. Maxwell

“greatest enemy to tomorrow’s success is sometimes today’s success.”

John C. Maxwell

“How do I identify the top 20 percent influencers/producers in my organization?” I suggest that you make a list of everyone in your company or department. Then ask yourself this question about each individual: “If this person takes a negative action against me or withdraws his or her support from me, what will the impact likely be?”

John C. Maxwell

“The Cost and Expectation of Leadership Leviticus 7:33–35 Aaron, like many leaders throughout history, received a divine calling. God chose Aaron and his sons to serve as Israel’s priests and charged them with carrying out rituals and sacrifices on behalf of all Israelites. Scripture gives meticulous detail to their ordination and calling. Their conduct was to be beyond reproach—and God made it crystal clear that failure to uphold His established guidelines would result in death. Numerous accounts in the Book of Leviticus demonstrate the high cost and expectation that goes with a holy calling to leadership positions. As the high priest, Aaron was the only one authorized to enter the Most Holy Place and appear before the very presence of God. The Lord set Aaron apart for his holy work. Despite his high calling, Aaron struggled with his authority and later caved in to the depraved wishes of the people. He failed at a crucial juncture and led Israel in a pagan worship service, an abomination that led to the deaths of many Israelites. Aaron had been set apart for God’s service, but he chose to live and lead otherwise. The failure of a leader usually results in consequences far more grave than the fall of a non-leader. On the day Aaron failed, “about three thousand men of the people fell [died]” (Ex. 32:28). When leaders fail, followers pay the price.”

John C. Maxwell

“When the leader lacks confidence, the followers lack commitment.” 

John C. Maxwell

“Above all, don’t dwell on yesterday’s victory. If your focus is on what’s behind you rather than what’s ahead, you will crash.”

John C. Maxwell

“Henry David Thoreau wrote, “One is not born into the world to do everything, but to do something.”

John C. Maxwell


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