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"Great beginnings are not as important as the way one finishes."
- Featured on the print Great Beginnings.
"At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. The one extra degree...makes all the difference."
- Featured on the print 212°, The Extra Degree.
"In the middle of every difficulty...comes opportunity."
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"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."
- Featured on the print Imagination.
"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give."
- Featured on the print Warm Sunbeams.
"A leader's job is to look into the future and see the organization not as it is, but as it can be."
- Featured on the print A Leader's Job.
“Light a match in a dark room and watch as the light instantly
overcomes the darkness. Observe the power and grace of that single,
solitary flame dancing with life. Now light several candles or
kindle a fire and experience the added warmth and comfort extending
from that first, vulnerable flame through others. This is the heart
and soul of leadership-the essence of inspiring others.
Murphy, author of our best-selling book on teamwork,
Pulling Together, follows
up this best-seller with a leadership book like no other.
Leading With Passion, 10 Rules For Inspiring
Others will help you find that not only are you performing
better as a leader, but your team is sharing your vision and
following your lead to ultimate success.
debated for many years about the single most important
characteristic or "ingredient" for leadership. The same endless
debate might take place if we were to ask what the single, most
important factor for chocolate cake is. Clearly, there is an
argument for chocolate. There is also a good argument for eggs,
flour, sugar, water and an assortment of other factors, including
oven temperature and time in the oven. In fact, if any essential
ingredient is missing or out of balance, the cake is vulnerable. It
isn't everything it could be.
passionate leadership requires many things. In this book, we cover
ten essentials. Combine these key factors and you have the means to
inspire and lead with passion.
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This was very well done and speaks to the need to go with the
challenges life offers and use them to exercise and learn from
them.'Everything is an opportunity and some of the hardest parts of
our life mold us to handle the rest of our life. From Christine of
dunbarton, New Hampshire
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From Terry Baggett of Birmingham, Alabama on 3/24/2013.
Excellent little book with large rewards. Reminds one of things known but forgotten and inspires with new thoughts and direction!
Leading with Passion
From Scott Stockman of Lake Havasu City, Arizona on 12/11/2012.
this book is FANTASTIC. It is everything someone in a sales or leadership position should work toward.
Leading With Passion
From Tom Sullivan of O Fallon, Illinois on 2/9/2012.
Excellent book for everyone to nourish yourself.
Weak on Leadership
From cgchesley of Bristol, Virginia on 1/23/2012.
I purchased this book to conduct a training retreat for my Department Heads. We used "Pulling Together" last year, and I had hoped this would be as strong, but I felt as did my Department Heads that the book was weak on leadership principles, that it was repetative and that it lacked that "punch" of leadership principles that we've come to expect in these kinds of books.
Leading with Passion
From Ida Anderson of Pierre, South Dakota on 1/21/2012.
Leading with Passion is a wonderful, insiteful book that should be read by many. I will order several for special people in my business. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Leading with passion
From Lisa Leider of Grafton, Wisconsin on 12/13/2011.
There were many good quotes. I would have liked to have seen more of a variety in photos.
Lead With Passion
From Charles Elliott of Janesville, Wisconsin on 10/10/2011.
Excellent, have shared with others with very high ratings!
From dave gilday of Cookeville, Tennessee on 10/10/2011.
It had the concepts I wanted but was short enough to be easily and quickly read.
Leading With Passion
From Greg Marsalis of LaPorte, Texas on 7/13/2011.
An attractive paperweight but the substance of the book was lost on me . Cannot recommend its purchase other than for use a paperweight
Lead with your heart
From Jeff Stueber of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on 3/22/2011.
This book was outstanding and one that I could truly live by as my role in business. A must read for leaders of all levels.
Good For Leaders
From Karl F. of West Covina , California on 3/8/2011.
This is a great book with easy to understand profound reminders that provide context to leading with passion and purpose. I pick it up again every so often and read a page or two throughout my week.
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