I have always admired how an entrepreneur can take an idea and turn it into a business that delivers a valuable product or service. In many cases, they commit to delivering a product or service before they even know how they’re going to do it. It takes a lot of confidence, determination, and creativity to follow through on an idea.
What’s your daily news source? Is it a local news program that you listen to in the background while you’re getting ready for work? A sports talk program during your daily commute to work? Or, maybe you prefer a nightly national news program to unwind after a long day? Whatever your personal preference, we all want to stay connected and informed about the world around us.
The topic of “leadership” is one of the most common subjects by authors and speakers across many disciplines. In business, sports and politics, just to name a few areas, you can find a never-ending stream of ideas and concepts to improve your leadership skills. My own leadership journey has taken me in many different directions, but the path started in earnest when I heard the speaker, Warren Rustand, ask a simple question:
“How do you define leadership?”