Posts from Ron Cline

#5) Strengthen Your Personal Evaluation System

The Seven Goals of Success Fifth Goal:  Strengthen Your Personal Evaluation System We evaluate ourselves every day.  Often it is as simple as looking in a mirror. As leaders, we are constantly wondering how we are coming across to others,

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#4) Keep in Good Health

The Seven Goals of Success Fourth Goal:  Keep in Good Health A sickly leader does not have the necessary energy to lead a dynamic team.  He may offer direction and encouragement, but he will not be the leader out front

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#3 Do The Work Necessary to Be The Leader

The Seven Goals of Success #3)  Do The Work Necessary To Be The Leader   If you are going to be the leader, then be the best leader you can be. Start now becoming the person that people will follow.

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#2) Develop Your Dream

The Seven Goals of Success Second Goal:  Develop Your Dream Leaders start with dreams. What is your dream?  Why are you willing to lead?  What do you want to do with your life?  Who do you want to be like?

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#1) Understand the Role of the Leader

The Seven Goals of Success First goal:  Understand the role of the leader. You have now discovered that you have some leadership skills, or have been given a leadership position and are either flattered, excited or scared to death.  Leadership

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The Frustration of No Response

There was an interesting article in our paper today about electronic communication. It got me thinking. Seems we are going to have to come up with some rules, or at least some understanding between ourselves to use this form of

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A Word About Influence

Would you agree with any of the following? 1.  I have been influenced to do the right thing by watching someone do the wrong thing. 2. I have been influenced by someone who didn’t even  know they were influencing me.

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How to Deal with Critics

Phil Cooke is a friend of mine.  He wrote a book called, “One Big Thing”.  In it, he gives three suggestions for dealing with critics that you WILL run into when you lead.  I practice these and they do work:

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Get Off The Couch

So, there we sit, watching the game.  Arguing with calls made, shouting instructions to players, disagreeing with the coach.  Coke in one hand, chips in the other, sitting on our couch, walled in by things that make us comfortable and

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12 Lessons They Don’t Teach You in School

I read an article in the paper today about “12 Lessons They Don’t Teach you in School.”  It was written by Harvey Mackay and really is written for most of the leaders I know.  I wanted to make sure you

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