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Leadership Thrives in Any Economic Time - Part 2

"The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it." -Theodore Roosevelt

Leadership has many "moving parts" that make success possible. It is the collaboration of many seeking the same vision that will benefit not only themselves, but the lives they affect.

This is why Leadership is immune to the economy, local job conditions, and even the negative energy of those who do not want to see you succeed. Leadership is a benefit to everyone. Thus you'll always find a way to make objectives that require such commitment possible. But it takes proper attention to some key factors. We will review some of those factors now:

  • Setting the proper vision that creates "win-win" for everyone.
  • Creating the proper environment for those who have joined you to succeed.
  • Pig-headed determination to keep your focus on the outcome.
  • Perfecting the ability to view obstacles as opportunities.
  • Being committed to completing what you say you're going to do.
These are vital keys to the success of anyone either as a business owner, or business professional. Honing these skills will be your best ally in developing the culture you want to create.

Author:.

For the past 19 years, Jerel Benjamin has been a serial Entrepreneur in serving as founder of six corporations all without the assistance of Angel and/or VC Funding. His accomplishments in international product sales and distribution, national sales and marketing strategies, as well as design and construction as a General Contractor, has earned his work a place in Architectural Digest, Image Magazine, UCLA Anderson Riordan Programs, and USC MBA Alumni programs. His import company pioneered glass...

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