“If your habits don't line up with your dream, then you need to either change your habits or change your dream.”

John C. Maxwell

“What’s worse than training your people and losing them? Not training them and keeping them.”

John C. Maxwell

“Marriage, like any long-term relationship, requires us to . . . wade through a few things that are difficult. work for many things that are needed. wait on some things that take time. watch out for those things that can be harmful. wave good-bye to personal things that are selfish.”

John C. Maxwell

“Preparation (growth) + Attitude + Opportunity + Action (doing something about it) = Luck”

John C. Maxwell

“I believe all of us can identify with the poet Carl Sandberg, who said, “There is an eagle in me that wants to soar and a hippopotamus in me that wants to wallow in the mud.” The key to success is following the impulse to soar more than the desire to wallow. And that is a never-ending struggle—at least it has been for me. I believe any successful person would be honest in saying, “I got to the top the hard way—fighting my own laziness and ignorance every step of the way.”

John C. Maxwell

“Failures, repeated failures, are finger-prints on the road to achievement. .”

John C. Maxwell

“The leader’s Attitude is like a thermostat for the place she works. If her attitude is good, the atmosphere is pleasant, and the environment is easy to work in. But if her attitude is bad, the temperature is insufferable.”

John C. Maxwell

“THE LAW OF COUNTABILITY Teammates Must Be Able to Count on Each Other When It Counts”

John C. Maxwell

“People buy into the leader before they buy into the vision.”

John C. Maxwell

“Connectors do the difficult work of keeping it simple.”

John C. Maxwell

“Learn to say 'no' to the good so you can say 'yes' to the best.”

John C. Maxwell

“Most of us think wonderful things about people, but they never know it. Too many of us tend to be tight-fisted with our praise. It’s of no value if all you do is think it; it becomes valuable when you impart it.”

John C. Maxwell

“It may sound corny, but it's really true: people don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.”

John C. Maxwell

“You are nothing unless it comes from your heart. Passion, caring, really looking to create excellence. If you perform functions only and go to work only to do processes, then you are effectively retired. And it scares me—most people I see, by age twenty-eight are retired.”

John C. Maxwell

“1. Experience: People who have been down the road of life and understand it. 2. Heart for God: People who place God first and uphold His values. 3. Objectivity: People who see the pros and cons of the issues. 4. Love for people: People who love others and value them more than things. 5. Complementary gifts: People who bring diverse gifts to the relationship. 6. Loyalty to the leader: People who truly love and are concerned for the leader. The Maxwell Leadership Bible”

John C. Maxwell


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