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February 10, 2014

If Your Actions Inspire…

February 10, 2014 | By | 5 Comments">5 Comments

John Quincy Adams, leadership quote

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.”
John Quincy Adams

The sixth president of the United States summed up the entire essence of leadership pretty well. When we aren’t inspiring people to dream, learn, do and become more, we’re not leading.

The entire goal of this blog is to do just that. I want to release content every week that helps you discover how to find the life and business you really want. What will help you dream more, learn more, do more and become the best version of yourself and your business? What will help you inspire your team to do the same?

We’re starting a new video series and your question might be answered! Ask anything you want to know in these categories by commenting below:

Question: What would you ask in a coaching session, LifePlan, Strategic Planning event or what do you want to know about personality styles?

 

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  • http://www.qualitylivingmadesimple.com/ Joshua Rivers

    What are the top three ways to implement social media for a business that has no or little online presence?

    This is assuming that they either are a new business or that they are an offline business trying to get online.

  • http://www.mattham.com/ Matt Ham

    Chris – how do you decide the next right steps when processing through growing a business? Is there a particular order that you recommend?

  • Carla MusarraLeonard

    I have started building my platform for my business that will have a small amount of garments (lingerie) ready to sell in July. I know where I would like to branch out, but how do I strategically plan for that now before I’ve ever sold my first product?

  • Jeremy Birch

    How can I make the business case to my boss for discovering and acting upon the personality styles of my co-workers?

  • http://www.pauljolicoeur.com/ Paul Jolicoeur

    What are my transferrable skills? I know what I love to do and I can see where I have had some successes and the things I have accomplished. But I think I am blind to some of my strengths and skills that are transferrable beyond my current place.