Lead the Field

Lead the Field

How much have you thought about how your attitude may be impacting your business success? If you are like most people you don’t give it much thought. Yet attitude plays a huge role in everything we do in life, and our business success is no exception. Your attitude in life and in your business ventures can help set the course for things to come, making it important that you have a good one.

Lead the Field has arguably been the foundation for many of today’s motivational speakers. The information provided by Earl Nightingale sets the stage for helping people understand just how important attitude is to everything we do in life. Grasping this concept and applying the information in this book can be life-changing to say the least.

Covering such issues as forgiveness, intelligent objectivity and constructive discontent, the information provided can be useful in improving every area of your life. This book is inspiring and motivational and will change the way you think about yourself and others, and how you act. Positive changes are sure to follow once you finish this book and begin immediately applying the information.

One of the things we can take away from this book is that success isn’t something that just happens. Those who are successful have worked for it and much of their success is driven by their attitude. With the right attitude people can accomplish just about any goal there is. Growing your practice is no different. It takes an attitude that will help you grow, rather than hold you back. Reading this book will help ensure your attitude is playing a helpful role in taking your business to the next level. This personal growth book is invaluable since the principles can be used in both your business and personal life.

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Worked at Burleson Orthodontics. Attended University of Missouri–Kansas City. Lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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