Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Not ......a Muse

The Muses (Ancient Greek: Μοῦσαι, moũsai:[1in Greek mythology, poetry, and literature, are the goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the arts.
They were considered the source of the knowledge,related orally for centuries in the ancient culture that was contained in poetic lyrics and myths.
 A teacher affects eternity;
 he can never tell where his influence stops.
- Henry Adams-

 Think of someone who has charisma or impact.
 Have you noticed.....?
 They have an abundance of spiritual, emotional, or physical energy.                
   They project and receive it !!!!
Every successful person brings a different style of energy into their environment.
Success is derived from your passion.

Communicate with intensity from your heart.

 I experienced the most inspiring moments and lessons during time spent
 in parking lots, restaurants and car rides with my friend and mentor Joe Lewis.

 I care not what others think of what I do,
 but I care very much about what I think of what I do!
That is character!
  Theodore Roosevelt

You should expect support and encouragement from people that are close to you.
Life is short, it's disheartening to have people around you that discourage you.
Do you really want to waste your time feeling down over others words or opinions ?

I recently changed sales teams........I'm still a 'road warrior',
 but my real job is now something I'm happy and look forward to doing.
 For the first time in along time I love sales again....yup, you heard that right,
A lot of people go through the motions in life, not doing what they love.
 They end up constantly looking back, asking themselves,
 What if ?
Whether people support you or not,
 Follow your heart, and not the words of others just to live up to their expectations.
Your LOVE is the most important thing in your life.

Tony Robbins says......
Great leaders are purpose driven. They know not only what to do,
but why they are doing it and are able to help others tap into the power of WHY.
The more you can share the driving purpose behind an outcome or activity,
the more you enable your team to tap into what they desire, believe, or value.

This produces greater team performance and makes you a more effective leader.