We all have strengths and weaknesses. And, while improving certain weaknesses are important, we generally want to lead from—and WITH—our strengths. In the interview, sales leader extraordinaire Anthony Iannarino shows how our strengths apply to sales success.
Is encouragement what the world most lacks today? Even if it’s not the #1 need, it’s still very close to the top. What can we do about that? We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later, in the interview, we’ll talk with former Chairman and CEO of YUM! Brands, David Novak. He’ll share powerful lessons from his new book, O GREAT ONE, which helps us understand the vital importance of encouragement through recognition … in the workplace.
Everything we think, feel, say, and do—as human beings, as entrepreneurs, as salespeople, and as leaders—typically springs from our values. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later, in the interview segment, former President of Starbucks North America, Howard Behar, will share with us several powerful leadership principles for his recently-released book, “The Magic Cup.”
In this post my great friend and Go-Giver series coauthor, John David Mann, shares an unpublished passage from Rachel’s diary—Rachel being the character in The Go-Giver who ends up going into business with Joe to create Rachel’s Famous Coffee. Like Pindar, Rachel doesn’t appear in the new book in person — but they’re both talked about and quoted by…