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Goldzone Leadership Seminar October 14, 2020

  • Seminar: Goldzone Leadership Seminar
  • Presenter: Andrew John Harrison
  • Duration: Three Hours
  • Recorded: October 14, 2020
  • Medium: Zoom

This 2-Hour Seminar was recorded live via zoom on October 14, 2020. The seminar was originally scheduled for two hours, however, it continued for three hours. Bonus!

Below are various documents to download including workbook, slides, and other complimentary resources. Enjoy!

Seminar Resources & Downloads:

The Science of Persuasion

The Anticipatory Leader: Principles to Make the World Work

Fuller’s Leadership Principles:

  1. Think comprehensively.
  2. Anticipate the future.
  3. Respect gestation rates.
  4. Envision the best possible future.
  5. Be a “trim tab”—an individual who can initiate big changes.
  6. Take individual initiative.
  7. Ask the obvious and naive questions.
  8. Do more with less.
  9. Seek to reform the environment, not man.
  10. Solve problems through action.

Man knows so much and does so little.

Compassion: True Communication

Believe it or not, this is an ad for a communications company. The Thais have a way of producing these moving ads that go straight past cultural filters and to the heart of human emotion.

This is leadership in action. Who can you help today?

20 Keys To Lead Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime, & Get Results!

Stop Trying, Start Living, & Take a Risk!

 

This speech by Martin Luther King Jr. moves me. It’s about Personal Leadership and standing up for something meaningful.

Never Too Old

When it’s time to shine, be the brightest! – Wang Deshun

A humble and down-to-earth man and China’s favorite grandfather, actor, and catwalk model. If he can do this after 60 years of work, what can you do?

8 Primary Motivations for Leading

8 Primary Motivations to lead

Leadership choices are made every day and yet very little thought is really put into considering the worthiness of the leader.

Too often a leader is chosen by default because no one else wants the responsibility.

The most suitable leader should have the right combination of a desire to make a difference, experience, skill, attitude and ability.

If someone is motivated by power, status, control or greed their decisions, actions and thought processes will be based on their own ego and what’s in it for them – and not necessarily what is right for their stakeholders.

Who wants to follow a leader who is motivated primarily by self-interest? Unless of course your interest is aligned with theirs. We call that mutual self-interest.

The best leaders know when to lead and when to follow.  If a leader is motivated by not wanting to follow, then they will insist on leading – even when they are clearly not the best suited for the role.  The end result is suboptimal compared to the right person leading.

Next time you are choosing a leader, consider these eight motivations and don’t listen to what they say.  Consider their past actions and results as good indicators of future results.

UNLEARNING > Letting Go of the Old

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Most education, coaching, and training focus on adding more information on top of what we already know. Much of this new information conflicts with old assumptions, thought forms, ideas, and feelings. As a result, much of the value of the new information is lost.

This is one of the reasons why some of the smartest and best-educated people take some of the dumbest actions. It is also why we age so much. Have you ever seen a youngish person who looks, feels and acts old? How about an old person who looks, feels and acts really old?

Evolution is an amazing process of replacing the old with the new. If our ideas and ways of being are not kept relevant we end up extinct. Like you know… the dinosaurs.

Today’s world is highly competitive and with new technologies the pace of change is so fast it isn’t easy to keep up.

The solution to this problem is to constantly engage in a process of UNLEARNING where old “stuff” is challenged, upgraded or thrown out. We call this unlearning process “Clean Slate” because it is like wiping a slate clean and starting all over again.

Who couldn’t do with a fresh start once in a while?


If you are ready to have a different kind of life, then it is urgent 
that you infuse your life with aliveness, desire, and passion…

Ignite Your PASSION!

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Reaction FREE: The 12 Rules of Reaction

Reaction FREE

A Reaction is a term used to describe an adverse situation where we lose our composure, equanimity or calmness in response to a situation or event that involves unwanted feelings hijacking us. These emotions can include intense feelings of pain, sadness, fear, anger or indignation that manifests as a fixation on being “right”, can be either conscious or unconscious and are accompanied by a physiological response that can be felt most intensely in our chest or stomach.

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