“You cannot change your life until you change something you do every day.”

John C. Maxwell

“A leader with confidence is a leader who brings out positive changes in people.”

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

“The longer you wait to do something you should do now, the greater the odds that you will never actually do it.”

John C. Maxwell

“INTEGRITY—Did I do my best? EXPECTATION—Did I please my sponsor? RELEVANCE—Did I understand and relate to the audience? VALUE—Did I add value to the people? APPLICATION—Did I give people a game plan? CHANGE—Did I make a difference?”

John C. Maxwell

“as the challenge escalates, the need for teamwork elevates.”

John C. Maxwell

“Lo que usted es, es lo que usted atrae”. Eso es cierto”

John C. Maxwell

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”

John C. Maxwell

“The only thing that walks back from the tomb with the mourners and refuses to be buried is the character of a man. This is true. What a man is survives him. It can never be buried. "

John C. Maxwell

“John W. Gardner observed, “If I had to name a single all-purpose instrument of leadership, it would be communication.”

John C. Maxwell

“Inspirar a otros para hacer un mejor trabajo es el logro de un líder.”

John C. Maxwell

“My friend Nancy Dornan says, “The longest distance between two points is a shortcut.” That’s really true. For everything of value in life, you pay a price. As you desire to grow in a particular area, figure out what it will really take, including the price, and then determine to pay it.”

John C. Maxwell

“Example is not the main thing in influencing others . . . it is the only thing.”

John C. Maxwell

“Improving your abilities in high-priority areas is always a good investment in yourself that will pay off in the long run.”

John C. Maxwell

“Thomas Jefferson observed, “A candle loses nothing when it lights another candle.” That is the real nature of partnership. I find that many people don’t think that way. They believe that sharing means losing something. But I don’t think that’s true. Every person possesses one of two mind-sets: scarcity or abundance. People with a scarcity mind-set believe that there’s only so much to go around, so you have to scrap for everything you can and protect whatever you have at all costs. People with an abundance mind-set believe there’s always enough to go around. If you have an idea, share it: you can always come up with another one. If you have money, give some of it away; you can always make more. If you have only one piece of pie, let someone else eat it; you can bake another one. I believe that in this area, you get from life what you expect. You can hoard what little you have and receive no more. Or you can give what you have, and you will be rewarded with abundance. Your attitude makes the difference. So if you partner with another person and give tremendously, one way or another you’re going to get back more than you gave.”

John C. Maxwell


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