Set the tone right at the start of the day. If you don’t set the tone, somebody else will set it for you.
The true champions are the first ones out on the field for practice and the last one to head for the locker room. They are the grinders.
If you want to be great, you have to pay the price and the price is effort.
How Much Do You Know About The People On Your Team?
Here are 11 questions put together by Frank Pacetta in Don’t Fire Them, Fire Them Up. They are great questions to get to know more about what is at the heart of the teammates that you are leading.
1) What’s your background? Tell me about yourself.
2) Who was your role model growing up and why?
3) What’s the toughest thing you’ve ever done?
4) What was your most satisfying accomplishment?
5) What was the worst of times for you?
6) What excites or motivates you?
7) What do you do in your spare time?
8) Tell me about the best manager, coach, or teach you’ve ever had.
9) What can I improve on as a manager or a leader?
10) What can the company improve on?
11) How do you like being treated?
Because it was given to them for free. Pay the price. -PIERRE ZGHEIB
1. Winners learn and grow, the rest think they already know. (Taken from Secrets of a Millionaire, a great book you should definitely read.)
2. Keep it simple and duplicatible.
3. Focus on building a business.
4. Decide to be mentally tough.
5. Speed depth is key to explosive growth. (1 to get 1 to get 1 to get 1)
6. Raise your game to a champion level.
Amazing training by our mentor Pierre Zgheib. [google-drive-embed url=”https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B2aCp7fMVTWHQnM2RkZXN0xZV3M&export=download” title=”WhatIttakestoWin.m4a” icon=”https://ssl.gstatic.com/docs/doclist/images/icon_10_audio_list.png” style=”download”]