John Wooden was one of John C. Maxwell’s prized mentors. He remembers a story about how he was a true leader by exhibiting poise in all situations. He said about his players that “they are going to receive from me what they need if I have poise.” He summarized it this way: “A champion always exhibits poise.”
In John C. Maxwell’s book, Developing The Leader Within You 2.0, John writes in chapter two about priorities and there is much to be learned in this chapter to assist us all. He said, “nobody escapes the pressures of modern life, and because we all deal with demands, deadlines, and difficulties, we can get confused when it comes to our priorities.” He makes some great points like these:
- Most people overestimate the importance of most things.
- Having too many priorities paralyzes people.
- When small demands are given too much attention, big problems arise.
- Making everything a priority means nothing is a priority.
- Sometimes it takes an emergency to force people to prioritize.
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