Tag Archives: John Maxwell

Coaching Tip – Ignore the “A” players to invest in the franchise “B” players

 An article in USA Today  indicated leaders were beginning to see the value of the solid team members they had who were neither stars nor duds. The article termed them “B Players.” It said: “When employees aren’t busy weeding out the bottom 10% of their workforce, they’ve been trying to … Continue reading

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Maxwell Coaching to Evaluate your Dreams

Any dream worth considering is worth evaluating (and Tweeting)    Today’s post is an excerpt from the new coaching book, Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions that Will Help You See It and Seize It from Master Coach John C. Maxwell Know the Answers Before You Take the Test When you … Continue reading

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Maxwell shares Coaching Wisdom from Jesus

  In his longest recorded sermon, Jesus began by describing the traits he was looking for in his followers. He called those who lived out those traits blessed because God had something special in store for them. Each beatitude is an almost direct contradiction of society’s typical way of life. … Continue reading

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3 Coaching Questions to Create Major Change

  WORDS TO LEARN BY…   In my years of studying leadership and evaluating leaders, I have stumbled across a leadership shortcoming that continually amazes me. Leaders will manage a team, work with the same individuals every day, yet they hardly know anything about their people! These leaders have never … Continue reading

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John Maxwell Coaching on Strategic Systems

Broken systems lead to disorganization, confusion, and chaos whereas smooth systems allow us to move quickly and efficiently. The reason for this lesson is to help you understand the importance of developing good systems in your personal and professional leadership. The exact systems that work for me may not pertain … Continue reading

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No results in life? You need a new plan

Are you on track with your life and business? If not, why not?   Do you have a master life plan?   More importantly do you have a coach to guide you through the process?   If not, may these words of encouragement add value to your journey until you … Continue reading

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The most important element for Coaching Success? – ASSOCIATION

“All of us have benefited from the INDUSTRIAL age, the TECHNOLOGY age, and most recently, the age of INFORMATION. And without question, we have entered into the most influential age … the age of ASSOCIATION. Never before has it been more crucial to be connected to, or associated with, people … Continue reading

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Do you know how to Coach a Champion?

  At the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, swimmer Michael Phelps broke the world record for the most gold medals won by an individual during a single Olympiad. In the 100m butterfly, the race in which he tied the world record by collecting his seventh gold, Phelps won in a photo … Continue reading

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