Leadership Minute: Think Twice

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Napoleon Hill said, “Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.” As someone in a place of leadership your words carry a lot of weight. People look to you for good reason. Your ability to influence is heightened. Your words matter. It’s as you think twice before speaking that you ensure that what you are about to say has the outcome you intend. The influence you have as a leader is a privilege. Think twice. Speak once. Plant good seed.

 

 

 

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About dougdickerson

I am Certified Leadership Trainer, author, columnist, and speaker. Husband to Alicia, father to Katelyn and Kara, and "Pop" to terrific grandson Tyson. I am an avid photographer, love the outdoors, and like to travel. I'm passionate about sharing my leadership insights and helping people reach their full potential.
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One Response to Leadership Minute: Think Twice

  1. ServantSon says:

    Excellent post! Words can indeed hurt-or-heal. Wisdom reminds us to be careful what we offer…and what we accept! Thank you Mr. Dickerson!

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