Words of Wisdom

Check out the following Words of Wisdom from TeamStrength CEO and Key Executive Members.

Success has no grandchild.


H.A.L.T. Never make a decision when you’re hungry, angry, lonely, or tired.


Best way to get trust is to give it.


Gaps in information are filled with worst case scenarios, like monsters in the closet.


Trust is the foundation of all relationships.


If you want people to act as a team, you have to have team goals and rewards.


Most people like stories vs. data.


Keep the wrong people off the bus.


What got us here is not what will get us there.


The only way I can change the situation is by changing myself.


Make sure our team knows what winning looks like.


You can’t inherit success!


The impediment to greatness is accepting what is good!


Meetings without actionable outcomes are useless.


Your job as a leader is to paint a positive picture of the future.


Performance pay that is always paid is called entitlement.


Timing matters for transformational change. Remember to do the worst first.


Everything rises and falls on leadership.


Design your life the way you design your business.


You don’t get credit for what you do, you earn credit for what you get done.


You can only change your company at the rate people can adjust to change.


Rely on people.


Let developing leaders make their own mistakes.


“Time is the friend of the wonderful company, the enemy of the mediocre.” – Warren Buffett


Hanlon’s Razor: Don’t attribute to malice what can be easily explained by stupidity.


Get on the skinny branches. Take risks.


Lessons from Matthew – keep the main thing the main thing.


Ask questions until you get the answer you are looking for.


No rumor policy. You can complain up. If you are complaining to someone that can’t solve the problem, it’s rumors.


Disagree, then commit.


Leaders receive the behavior they reward and tolerate. Always.


Everyone knows something you don’t.


We’re all people in business.


True leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.


Listen to understand, not to reply.