I wake up starving for success, and no matter how much I accomplish I go to sleep striving for improvement; I refuse to let my enemies outwork me.
Too many leaders fancy themselves on being philosophers, but not enough pride themselves on decisive action.
We all have goals and dreams. Say them aloud to yourself; if they don’t sound slightly impossible then they aren’t set high enough.
In the professional world of leadership ambition and potential are the most excessive commodities.
There is no blueprint to leadership, quite the conundrum in a business world where standardization is celebrated.
Leaders exude courage by sacrificing their popularity for their values and beliefs.
If leadership is the spinal cord of success then discipline is its lumbar vertebrae.
Stagnation floods the mind with thoughts of failure and slowly drowns the will to succeed; always move forward.
The road to success is full of pit stops, pitfalls, and self pity; my advice is simply don’t stop!
Procrastination and fear are the enemies of success; the war is lifelong, but the battles are daily.
When a leader replaces the value of selfless service with selfish ambition they have officially regressed back into a boss.
Too many leaders value their popularity, protecting it at all cost, degrading their credibility.
Preparation breeds professionalism, and professionalism enhances leadership competencies.
Continuously lying to yourself is just as fatal as suicide; only slower. Take ownership of your life, be accountable to you.
Your mind is the vehicle to success, fuel it with fresh motivation daily to optimize your drive.
Knowledge is king, a dream is his queen, and self destruction is his mistress.
We must never lose sight of the fact that we are only as good as the men and women who follow us; alone we are no more than an individual who solely possesses a vision.
Success cannot resist the temptation of consistency and persistence.