Tag Archives: 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership

#8 The Law of Intuition

Leaders Evaluate Everything with a Leadership Bias — John Maxwell What exactly is intuition, who has it , can it be increased, and what makes it a law of leadership? I love how Wayne Dyer explains intuition.  He says, “If … Continue reading

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#7 The Law of Respect

Few young teens have gained respect from world leaders, educators, and students around the world like this young girl in a burqa. From the tender age of 11, Malala who is known mainly by just her first name, bravely stood … Continue reading

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#6 The Law of Solid Ground

Trust is the Foundation of Leadership When I think of solid ground, I think of integrity and stability. While hiking and exploring, I test the stability and integrity of a bridge before crossing to the other side. There have been times … Continue reading

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#5 The Law of Addition

Leaders Add Value by Serving Others This is certainly one of the most beautiful laws and one that could likely make the biggest difference if more of us lived it on a consistent and habitual basis. Whether we believe it … Continue reading

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#4 The Law of Navigation

Anyone Can Steer the Ship, but It Takes a Leader to Chart the Course In June of 1995, I learned a valuable lesson on Mt. Si about the Law of Navigation and the importance of proper planning that I will … Continue reading

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#3 The Law of Process

We live in a world that feeds our insatiable need for immediate gratification. Like our microwave dinners, we want results quick. Once we were estatic about getting our film developed in just an hour and then for a time we … Continue reading

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#2 The Law of Influence

Can you put two people side by side and automatically tell which one is a better leader? Does a leader always look powerful, demanding or charismatic? And how do you measure the effectiveness of a leader? If we measure leadership … Continue reading

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