For years, a maxim of the United States Army was "Be all that you can be." While that familiar slogan may sound simple, there is great depth to the meaning behind it. in Achieving Personal Greatness, Tim Lavender offers his definition of "personal greatness" through three basic laws, and then shares the seven guiding principles for achieveing it. His practical guide explores ten powerful keys for releasing you potential, including: Get Your Cart Before the Horse, Reach Inside the Invisible World, Embrace a Lifetime of Learning,, and Seek to Influence Rather than Control. Finally, Lavender shares te five commitments that are necessary for producing results.
For those desiring to explore their untapped potiential in all areas of life, Achieveing Personal Greatness is an ideal resource.
|About the Contributor(s)||Tim Lavender
Tim Lavender is the Founder of Leaders for Life and President of Nextlevel Consulting. For the last 25 years, Lavender has specialized in building leaders and developing organizations, working with Fortune 500 companies and major non-profit organizations. He speaks to thousands each year through Leaders For Life seminars on the subjects of leadership, building people, and building organizations.
|Publish Date||Jul 1, 2004|