Leadership Mints Series Sampler Sparking the Go-Getter in You

How can the Go-Getter in you get even better? Become  Go-Giver.

In their book The Go Giver, authors Bob Burg and John David Mann “bring new relevance to the old proverb:  Give and you shall receive (and) the most valuable asset you have to give others is you. “

To help you in transforming yourself into more of a Go-Giver, the authors cite these five initiatives: The Law of Influence. The Law of Receptivity. The Law of Authenticity. The Law of Value.  And the Law of Compensation.  Here’s how they define each of those laws:

INFLUENCE:
Your influence is determined by how abundantly you place other people’s interests first.”

RECEPTIVITY:
“The key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving.”

AUTHENTICITY:
“The most valuable give you have to offer is yourself.”

VALUE:  
“Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment.

COMPENSATION:
Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them.”

For more ideas on how you can lead with empathy purchase a 296-page book filled with 77 examples from business sports and politics available on Amazon. com.

It’s titled:   LOVING Like a Leader with Empathy– one of three books in The Leadership Mints Series designed to help leaders refresh their feeling for leading. And as a bonus, the postscript titled– BUSINESS: A HUMAN EXPERIENCE — shares the impetus for this book on empathy impacting the bottom line.The two other books in The Leadership Mints Series -now available on Amazon.com — include THINKING Like a Leader with Clarity and SPEAKING Like a Leader with Civility.

The 3-books
in The Leadership Mints Series
available on Amazon.com
in print and e-book

What is a Leadership Mint?

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