3 of the “21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership”

Thu, Nov 19, 2009

Home Business, Leadership

Friends-150x150Me, A Leader?

When I first started in the home based business industry, I saw incredible leaders in our company and I remember thinking “I can never be that good” and “I don’t know if I want to be a leader”.  I had never done a home based business before, so I had no idea how to run a business or anything like that.  I was taught to have a job and work hard to climb the corporate ladder.  My mentors told me that they thought I would do very well in this business, so I believed them.  What I didn’t know was that the company plan was designed to take anyone step by step, and groom them to become anything they wanted to become.  Before I knew it, people were following me and calling me their leader!  Incredible!

John Maxwell
One of my favorite mentors in leadership is John C. Maxwell.  The first book I read by him was “Developing The Leader Within You“.  After that, I read “Developing The Leaders Around You“, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership“, “The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork“, and many more.  I listened to his CDs and bought his DVDs.  He was one of the best teachers on Leadership.  I knew I had to become a better leader if I really wanted to influence people and truly make a difference in their lives.  His words are very easily absorbed and I love his sense of humor!  He also explains how leadership is a process, hmmm sounds like a journey!

Here’s a lesson from John C. Maxwell‘s new and updated “21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership” book:

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Shannon Tecson Says:

    Dear Kellie,
    Thank you for introducing me to one of the top leaders in leadership John C. Maxwell. His timeless principles of leadership are daily consumption for me. Like taking my herbalife products everyday…a little or a lot of John is good for my mind!

    Thanks,
    Shannon

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    Kellie Reply:

    Isn’t John Maxwell the best? Mahalo for your comments Shannon! :)

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  2. GigiNJones Says:

    Hi Kellie,
    You are such an inspiration <3. It's mindboggling how many lives you have touched over your 15 year career. You are definitely an amazing leader who chooses to "raise people up." Thank you for setting the example. I feel so blessed to have an opportunity to learn from you, especially in all these different modes. How lucky am I?

    Thanks again,
    Gigi

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    Kellie Reply:

    Mahalo Gigi for your kind comments. It is both of us who are lucky, as it is an incredible feeling to “pass on” what others have taught me, and to see special people like you, who are willing to receive it. I know you will go on to pass on our legacy through generations and generations. Thank you for your loyalty and dedication to our mission! :)

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