“The very essence of all power to influence lies in getting the other person to participate.” Influence is an invitation anyone can make to another person.”

John C. Maxwell

“know how” to “do now.”

John C. Maxwell

“Even the choicest words lose their power when they are used to overpower.”

John C. Maxwell

“Adapt to them—don’t expect them to adapt to you.”

John C. Maxwell

“How Do You Write the Word “Attitude”? Directions: 1. Write the word attitude on the left line with your “writing” hand. 2. Write the word attitude on the right line with your other hand. The word attitude written with your writing hand. The word attitude written with your other hand. Application: When you look at the word attitude written by the hand you do not write with, you see a picture of the kind of attitude we usually have when we are trying to do something new. As one person said, “Nothing should ever be done for the first time.”

John C. Maxwell

“It doesn’t matter what job you do or what position you obtain; you will have limits. That’s just the way life is.

John C. Maxwell

“If you want to be a leader, the good news is that you can do it. Everyone has the potential, but it isn't accomplished overnight. It requires perseverance.”

John C. Maxwell

“Our problems are no longer problems when we seek learning instead of leisure.”

John C. Maxwell

“Nobody wants to be sold, but everyone wants to be helped.”

John C. Maxwell

“The larger the group, the simpler the communication needs to be.”

John C. Maxwell

“Don’t look—you might see. Don’t listen—you might hear. Don’t think—you might learn. Don’t make a decision—you might be wrong. Don’t walk—you might stumble. Don’t run—you might fall. Don’t live—you might die. I would like to add one more thought to this depressing list: Don’t change—you might grow.”

John C. Maxwell

“We feel unhappy and confused with our life when we don't do the focus or calling that God has on our life.”

John C. Maxwell

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.

John C. Maxwell

“I love the story of the salesman who sat looking through the window of a hotel restaurant. Outside raged a blinding snowstorm. “Do you think the roads will be clear enough in the morning to travel?” he asked his waiter. “That depends,” the waiter replied. “Are you on salary or commission?” 

John C. Maxwell

“The measure of a leader is not the number of people who serve him but the number of people he serves.”

John C. Maxwell


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