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Leadership Development: I Add Positive Value to the Lives of Others!

“You see in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know.  Knowing is not enough! You must take action.” Tony Robbins

Here is a five step process I use to add positive value to the lives of others.  This plan can be customized to fit specific needs.

  1. Analyze
  2. Design
  3. Develop
  4. Implement
  5. Evaluate

List your unique abilities, talents, strengths interests and passions.  Then choose an overall purpose for your life.  For some people, it may take hours to think it through; for others it may take days or longer.  Once you’ve honestly assessed yourself, clarify your purpose by writing it down.  Then choose a vehicle with which you can serve people that is in alignment with your purpose. Begin living your life with meaning today.

Here is an example of how my wife and family decided to implement the Five Step Plan.

So my wife and I started another business in our free time.  It’s called Agape Beverages.  I apologize that when I first started my Training & Development business I did not offer free coaching or to design a personal improvement plan as a free sample.  This would have been too expensive and time consuming.  However, Agape Beverages my new family business is COFFEE, and I will be glad to offer you some free samples just because I can!  My coffee is “100% USDA Certified Organic” and I am offering you the opportunity to receive a free sample of coffee just by commenting on this blog post telling me, “How do you drink coffee (black or with cream and sugar)? Or, do you drink tea (green or black)?  I even have mocha and hot chocolate.  I will send you the free sample based on your comment and I will send it to you by mail at no cost to you.  No strings attached.  I would only ask that you share the coffee with your loved ones too.  Hey, I am in the coffee business and I want to share my great tasting coffee and opportunity with everyone.  Thank you for your support!

W. Clement Stone says, “When you discover your mission, you will feel its demand.  It will fill you with enthusiasm and a burning desire to get to work on it.”

I have found my mission in life.  My burning desire is to help and to serve others.  I add positive value by listening, coaching, assessing, motivating and designing successful implementation plans designed to improve performance in alignment with their personal dreams.

Success means doing the best we can with what we have.  Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph.  Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be.” Zig Ziglar

Decide, Commit, Succeed!

Have you found your burning desire?  Please leave a comment below.