A clear and simple definition of Responsibility is: “The ability to respond.”
What separates thought leaders in professional fields such as: marketing, academic, business training, spirituality, philosophy (or any other discipline you can think of ) is their ability to respond to uncertainty.
Amateurs react. Professionals respond.
After 17+ memorablem years of teaching direct marketing strategies to work-at-home entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, professional speakers and corporate giants such as Sams Club, I’ve observed that world-class professionals are defined by 3 core responsibilities.
If you want to become a social influencer or thought leader in your area of expertise, these 3 responsibilities can expand your public authority online and offline with reliable certainty.
Responsibility #1: Define Reality.
I learned this from Max De Pree, former CEO of Herman Miller and best-selling author of Leadership Is an Art. Max says, “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between the two, the leader must become a servant and a debtor.”
I agree. And I also know [Read more...]