“Contrary to popular belief, I consider failure a necessity in business. If you're not failing at least five times a day, you're probably not doing enough. The more you do, the more you fail. The more you fail, the more you learn. The more you learn, the better you get. The operative word here is learn. If you repeat the same mistake two or three times, you are not learning from it. You must learn from your own mistakes and from the mistakes of others before you."

John C. Maxwell

“Everyone is important, but everyone isn’t equal. The person with greater experience, skill, and productivity in a given area is more important to the team in that area.”

John C. Maxwell

“Good leaders ask great questions that inspire others to dream more, think more, learn more, do more, and become more.” 

John C. Maxwell

“When you know your purpose and priorities and you have ordered your day, week, or year according to them, you have a clarity of thought that strengthens everything you do.”

John C. Maxwell

“President Abraham Lincoln once remarked, “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Few people have more power than an American president. Being the so-called leader”

John C. Maxwell

“Pain prompts us to face who we are and where we are. What we do with that experience defines who we become.”

John C. Maxwell

“Good leadership isn’t about advancing yourself. It’s about advancing your team.

John C. Maxwell

“A Jeff Danziger cartoon shows a company president announcing to his staff, “Gentlemen, this year the trick is honesty.” From one side of the conference table, a vice president gasps, “Brilliant.” Across the table, another VP mutters, “But so risky.”

John C. Maxwell

“Cuando los líderes aprenden buenos valores y los viven, ellos mismos se hacen más valiosos e incrementan el valor de las demás personas.”

John C. Maxwell

“Fail early, fail often, but always fail forward.”

John C. Maxwell

“The more seriously you take your growth, the more seriously your people will take you.”

John C. Maxwell

“When we are fully and totally networked, we are powerful.1 Sanders believes that along with knowledge and compassion, your network is your most valuable asset.”

John C. Maxwell

“If you are willing to change your thinking, you can change your feelings.”

John C. Maxwell

“How do I fit in my area or department? • How do all the departments fit into the organization? • Where does our organization fit in the market? • How is our market related to other industries and the economy?”

John C. Maxwell

“Those things that hurt, instruct.”

John C. Maxwell


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