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Welcome to Be a Better Leader Week! On day one, we're boosting your influence.

Not everyone is a brilliant orator, but it only takes a few words—precisely timed and honestly delivered—to truly command attention and respect. Here are eight phrases totaling just 37 words. Use them and you'll stick in people's minds long after you've left the room. Download the list now




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Social media's all about building influence, and everyone's trying to outdo each other. To keep up in the competition for the world's attention, sit down today and tweet or post something that totally goes against the grain of what you normally put out there. Test the limits of your comfort zone—your followers will take notice and appreciate it. They become bored more quickly than you think, so grab their gaze today and hold it.




That critical moment: Every leader's got one. Will you recognize yours?
Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman in Congress, later became the first major-party African-American candidate for president. During the 1972 primaries, the notorious segregationist George Wallace was shot, and Chisholm stunned everyone by visiting him in the hospital. "I knew that I was going to be thrown out of office,” she said. "The people in my district came down on me like anything.” Despite the guaranteed political fallout, she made the decision to go anyway. How she went to offer sympathies to an ideological opposite became a permanent footnote to her career. Faced with a choice with the spotlight on her, she simply listened to what her conscience told her to do. Much later, Wallace lent his assistance when Chisholm sponsored a bill that extended the federal minimum-wage law to domestic workers for the first time.



For every 10 brilliant minds, only one will make it to the top. What are the other nine people missing? Wednesday's live webinar, How to be Confident & Assertive in Business, may just give you the ability to communicate in a way that recruits followers and connects them to the vision you create—without becoming overaggressive and disliked. Register now


Today's leadership horoscope

If you last took a vacation between January and April, your sign is the Limo.
The stars want you to remember today how important it is for a leader to make points concisely and memorably. Remember that the Gettysburg Address was 273 words long, and the guy who spoke right before Lincoln that day went on for two hours. Yeah, what was his name again …?

If you last took a vacation between May and August, your sign is the Microphone.
Now is a good time to sit back and imagine a purely motivational five-minute speech you might give to your staff, one that looks only toward the future and raises not a single criticism. Afterwards, go back through it mentally and delete all the tired clichés. If you have more than 60 seconds left of it, you're onto something …

If you last took a vacation between September and December, your sign is the Eye of the Tiger.
That purple frowny-face emoticon you put in your email to your colleague this morning was effective, but ask yourself: Would Douglas MacArthur, Clara Barton or Sir Edmund Hillary have used emoticons like that? It just doesn't seem like a very leader-ish thing to do somehow ...

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