Maxwell John

Self-Improvement 101: What Every Leader Needs to Know

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John C. Maxwell, an expert in leadership development, uses his decades of experience to teach readers how to reach their full potential through a commitment to personal growth. In Self-Improvement 101, he provides the essential tips and tools to help any leader continue striving for excellence no matter what industry, business, or level of leadership. You’ll learn: the secret of becoming a lifelong learner, where to focus your time for maximum growth, what sacrifices are worth making to keep getting better, how to overcome obstacles to self-improvement, the key to turning experience into wisdom, and why leaders need to be learners, among many other essential lessons. People never reach their potential by accident. Often, those who achieve the greatest success have the greatest desire to learn and grow. Self-Improvement 101 guides readers on an essential journey to uncovering their own desire, commitment, and unyielding determination to improve their life--and to improve themselves.
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    Baurzhan Dembergenovshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Easy going book

    b3485292896shared an impression3 years ago

    Muy bueno!

    illyacoutriershared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    It is a great book of simple practices


    Anders Werner Bircow Lassenhas quoted2 years ago
    If you keep learning, you will be better tomorrow than you are today, and that can do so many things for you.


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    b3534792379has quoted6 months ago
    If you want to grow and become the best person you can be, you’ve got to be intentional about it
    b0113236644has quoted10 months ago
    As novelist Leo Tolstoy said, “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” The ironic thing is that change is inevitable. Everybody has to deal with it. On the other hand, growth is optional. You can choose to grow or fight it. But know this: people unwilling to grow will never reach their potential.

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