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10 Leadership quotes you've never heard before

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Today, we wrap up Be a Better Leader Week by giving you a simple jolt of inspiration.

Inspiring quotations are everywhere—on coffee mugs, on calendars, on Twitter. The problem is, you've heard them all a million times by now and your emotions just aren't stirred. But we've got a handful we know have never rung in your ears. You can be the first to use them to get others to rise, succeed and conquer! Download the quote poster now.




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Set yourself an Outlook reminder to chime exactly one year from today. The appointment involves only one person: yourself. Call it this: "Reality check.” Here's the agenda, nice and spelled out: "Where was I last year at this precise moment? What have I accomplished since then? Am I more of a leader now than I was?” It's like having an expensive leadership coach check in with you for free …




The Do-or-Die Leadership Test: Can you inspire when your back's against the wall?
We asked Be a Better Leader Week participants to come up with a speech of 50 words or fewer to fire up a crowd of dejected workers after a product goes wrong. Here are some of our favorite entries, plus the one whose author is the winner of a $100 American Express gift card!

  • "Recent headlines scream failure. Not so! A lesson and an opportunity have presented themselves. Excellence is not just a word for us; it's a habit, a lifestyle, a coaching and mentoring opportunity. Excellence has a path and we're on it. We expect to hear your ideas ... now is the time!"
  • "In all the history of the world, there has never been a successful pessimist. I know pessimists and negative people who make a living, and perhaps even support a family, but I've never met a rich one and definitely never met a happy one. Optimism equals winning in this world!"
  • "Sony's first product was a rice cooker that burned rice and sold 100 units. Milton Hershey started three candy companies before Hershey's. Failure did not define them, and it will not define us. They did not hide from failure, and neither will we. Failure is not the opposite of success!"

And the winner ...

"We went big. We wiped out. Ouch! Now what? We get up and we do it again. Bigger, bolder, braver. We owe it to ourselves. More—we owe it to everyone else. This is our chance to dismiss the fear of choosing to do great things. In everyone, everywhere, always."




You've got the education. You've got the training. And you've got the brains. What could possibly trip you up on your way to fame? There's a CD that examines the Achilles' heel that sometimes takes leaders down, and starts you on the road to the kind of maturity that weathers the harshest storms. Learn more about Do You Have the Emotional Intelligence to Lead?


Today's leadership horoscope

If you subscribe to a publication to help make you a better leader, your sign is the Slide Deck.
Researchers at the University of Florida found that voice pitch and speed are two factors listeners unconsciously weigh as they decide whether an unseen speaker is young or old. Inject a phone call with a little more pace and energy than normal today; your caffeine allowance is hereby temporarily increased by 30 percent.

If you mostly browse online for help in becoming a better leader, your sign is the Reserved Parking Space.
The stars don't have a very good feeling about you and social media today. Stifle the urge to comment on matters of public controversy, the lousiness of customer service personnel who have disappointed you, and especially that joke you thought up in the shower. Don't get us wrong, it's hilarious, but it's a career-killer.

If you're simply listening to the leader within, your sign is the Mountaintop.
Ever notice how a lot of leaders have a fallback quotation they trot out for gatherings, speeches, even email sign-offs? Find one today you like and want to use. If a listener can identify it immediately, go back to the drawing board. When it comes to quotations, a little obscurity will bring you a lot of street cred.

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