Entrepreneurship is the engine that drives all prosperity in any market-based economy. Children, as the saying goes, are indeed our future. When you put the two of them together–children and entrepreneurship–you have a powerful combination. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later in our interview segment, we’ll hear from a very successful entrepreneur who was very young when she started, and still is! She is already an author and podcast host aside from her … regular job.
When an entrepreneur decides to go into business for himself or herself, or a salesperson decides to reach a higher level of production, how important is it to set goals? And how is goal-setting related — not just to business but — to living a happy and successful life? We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later in our interview segment, we’ll be joined by John Lee Dumas, who overcame post-traumatic stress disorder and a stalled career, and now credits his remarkable success to the power of goal setting. He’ll show us how to utilize goal setting for our own success as well.
In this episode, we’ll discuss a word that has been used so often, it’s almost lost any sense of authenticity. Ironically, that word is … authenticity! But why is it important, and does it mean you cannot be kind and tactful or should stop improving yourself? We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, we’ll be joined by Dixie Gillaspie, better known as “Dixie Dynamite,” an author and coach who has helped many people understand their authentic value and translate that to a personal brand.
In this post my great friend and Go-Giver series coauthor, John David Mann, looks at two books he has recently coauthored. And, he looks at how, what we call, “Giving Leadership” is not just a style, but a way of being. Enjoy! – Bob Burg “If you were asked to identify the most precious resource…