Leadership Minute: Count the Reward


The man who knows it can’t be done counts the risk, not the reward. – Elbert Hubbard

Do you give consideration to your goals and dreams in terms of risks and rewards? There is a big difference. When all you see or consider are the risks involved you may be more timid and less inclined to move forward. But when your sights are set on the rewards you tend to step out with more confidence and belief in your ability to achieve it. Let me encourage you to focus less on risks and more on rewards and to believe that the dreams and goals you have you can achieve!



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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: Count the Reward

  1. lynnfergusonpinet says:

    Agreed, in fact I’ve always found when you have an optimistic outlook on the rewards, a certainty that they will be achieved, you don’t see things as risky in the first place.


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