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1 The Academy for Advanced Leadership and Development www.chairacademy.com

2 “Nothing in life is forever, except what you replay in your head.” Unknown

3  Identify Your Best Success Resource  Review Factors Key to Personal Success  Consider What it Takes to Sustain Success  Hold onto Your Authentic Self  Learn to Fail Well  Build Your Team  Breakfast at Sally’s

4 ProponentEraTheme/Key Message Horatio Alger 1832- 1899 Hard Work, Courage, Moral Fortitude Russell Conwell 1890Opportunities for success, wealth, and happiness often lie underfoot Dale Carnegie 1936Win Friends, Influence People Norman Vincent Peale David Schwartz 1950sPositive Thinking is Power Magic of Thinking Big Napoleon Hill 1960s (‘28) Laws of Success, study those who succeed Zig Ziglar 1970sSelf Image, Attitudes, Habits = Success Paulo Coelho Steven Covey 1980sListen to Your Heart, Read the Signs, Follow Your Dreams Habits are the foundation of success Anthony Robbins 1990sAwaken the Giant Within — set goals, take control Andy Andrews 2000sThe Traveler’s Gift — life is perspective

5 The Master Mind  Definitiveness of Purpose  Self-Confidence  The Habit of Saving  Initiative and Leadership  Imagination  Enthusiasm  Self-Control  The Habit Of Doing More Than Paid For  A Pleasing Personality  Accurate Thinking  Concentration  Cooperation  Profiting by Failure  Tolerance  The Golden Rule Napoleon Hill, Law of Success, 1928

6 “Life is the only real counselor; wisdom unfiltered through personal experience does not become a part of the moral tissue.” Edith Wharton Keys to Success Defined C Character, Commitment, Caring, Community H Hope, Happiness, Health A Alignment (Values, Principles, Strengths), Attitude I Invest in YOU and OTHERS R Resilience, Reframe, Reflect

7 “Nothing happens until something or someone moves. You can’t make progress standing still.” Richard Strand, Executive Director, The Chair Academy

8 “Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.” Joseph Addison

9 “It’s attitude over aptitude that determines your altitude in life.” Bob Moward, Life Coach, Motivational Speaker

10 “Our success as leaders is not measured by those following us, but by those following those who are following us.” Unknown

11 “The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.” Robert Jordan, The Fires of Heaven

12  What has been key to your success?  How did this key contribute to your success?

13  Meaning Passion Commitment  Thought “I think I can, so I will.” Positive, forward thinking  Action Take Risk Create Alignment  Earn Your Luck Hope is NOT a viable course of action

14  Know Your Authentic Self  Practice Core Values  Tap in to Key Motivations  Build Your Support Team  Stay Grounded  Lead with Passion/Purpose  Empower Others  Hone Your Own Skill/Ability True North, Bill George “This above all: to thine own self be true.” William Shakespeare

15  View failure as feedback.  Set appropriate expectations.  Fail early and adjust.  Take on those voices in your head. “It's fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” Bill Gates

16 “It is not only about you being a genius; it’s about how many people you have helped to unlock their genius.” Olugbenga Stephen ASAOLU, Nigeria  Connect  Inspire  Give, Forgive  Recognize, Reward  Delight  Share  Encourage

17 "I had seen the poor before, of course,” he writes. “I had given to street people many times – a quarter here, a quarter there. As an affluent businessman, I had sent checks to the Salvation Army and the Union Gospel Mission.... I had seen [the homeless] late at night... moving across the landscape like nomads.” Richard LeMieux, Breakfast at Sally’s

18 RESILIENCE “Life is not about how fast you run or how high you climb, but how well you bounce.” Vivian Komori

19 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJJW7EF5aVk Resilience  Personal Mastery  Awareness  Emotional Intelligence  Well-Being

20 “Behind every great leader, at the base of every great tale of success, you will find an indispensable circle of trusted advisors, mentors and colleagues.” Keith Ferrazzi, Who’s Got Your Back  Find a small number of people with whom you would like to build a mutually caring and supportive relationship.  Build those relationships.  Allow those people to push, challenge, and hold you accountable to becoming more successful than you ever would have on your own.

21  Success does not come naturally to most, it is an effortful process.  There are vital “keys” to building and sustaining your success.  Be authentic.  Learn from failure.  Be Resilient.  Build Your Team.  Lead with Honor!  Continue to develop those around you.

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23 Record two or three ideas or issues that came out of the discussion that were most meaningful to you.


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