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In The November 2019 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

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Dave Hart Here is what leaders will be learning about in the November 2019 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: George Eliot’s life lessons Learning from millionaire leaders A fundamental skill for all leaders Their thoughts—Dave Hart Do. Or do not. There is no try It’s time to get positive when adversity strikes Jim Rohn’s top 7 books Learning from the Varsity Blues scandal Thanksgiving teamwork Are you wasting your life? Self-confidence or arrogance? And More! Our subscribers realize that leaders are readers and for less than most people’s monthly cable bill they can get an entire year of essential information delivered to their door that helps make them better. We believe it's no coincidence that our subscribers are some of the most successful people in the profession! Here is a list of some of a few of our recent new and renewed subscribers: Tom Curle, Athletic Director, William Peace College University Marcio Sicoli, Beach Volleyball, Pepperdi

Things Teams Hate About Their Leaders--In The October 2019 Issue Of The Coaching & Leadership Journal

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Things teams hate about their leaders We all like to think that we're great leaders, in fact, we know we are because our team never complains, or says anything bad about us. But when 50% of people who leave their organization, do so because of their leader, then we can't all be great. The fact they never say anything isn't proof that they don't like you. It's just proof that they don't tell you everything, especially when it's about you. In the October issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal you will learn things people hate about their leaders but will never tell them to their face. Subscribe today to learn this and so much more! Invest in the journal so many of your colleagues are now reading our journal. Start your subscription today!

A Story From Our Book--Leading Narratives

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Answer The Tough Questions Little Billy asks his mother her age. She replies, “Gentlemen don’t ask ladies that question.” Billy then asks his mother how much she weighs. Again his mother replies, “Gentlemen don’t ask ladies that question.” The boy then asks, “Why did Daddy leave you?” To this, the mother says, “You shouldn’t ask that,” and sends him to his room. On the way, Billy trips over his mother’s purse. When he picks it up, her driver’s license falls out. Billy runs back into the room. “I know all about you now. You are 42 years old, weigh 138 pounds and Daddy left you because you got an ‘F’ in sex!” Sometimes it best to answer the tough questions truthfully to keep others from making up their own answers. Cover Price $24.95 Buy Now  Click here to Download Instantly for $19.99 Click Here To Order by Invoice More Information More about the author, Dan Spainhour