“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.”
Are you a Leader?
- This law shows what matters most is what you do over the long haul.
- It requires a lifetime of perseverance and dedication to become a good leader.
- If you want to see how someone becomes a champion, look at their daily routine.
Who are the great leaders? Political figures like President John F. Kennedy or Ronald Reagan? Religious leaders like Billy Graham or Pope John Paul II? Or champions in technology like Steve Jobs or Bill Gates? Maxwell’s Law of Process applies to all these people, but they also share several other important traits.
Leadership Traits at Liberty National
Vision – They all had a vision for a future beyond themselves and worked constantly to help others see and embrace that vision.
Passion – They had a passion for politics, religion, or technology that was so strong they devoted their lives to it.
Decision Making – They understood what was needed to bring their vision to reality and never hesitated to work toward that goal.
Team Building – They recognized their vision in others and surrounded themselves with those who embraced that same vision.
Do you have what it takes to be a great leader at Liberty National?