Why did a successful businessman who lived 8000 miles from the United States of America invest more than a decade of his life to become a naturalized US Citizen? In episode 20, we continue our leadership series with Greg Land who drills down into the personal motivations that led him to move to America and eventually bear the burden of the immigration process to become a citizen.
Greg grew up in South Africa during the very contentious time of Apartheid. He witnessed massive civil unrest as his homeland struggled with a transition to a new government. Many citizens feared for their safety and were uncertain about the future of their country.
Greg's professional development led him into the fruit trade and he became a successful international business man. He traveled all over the world marketing and selling his commodoties as well as learning about other cultures. Greg shares why his experience was so meaningful & the Leadership Lessons his fellow Americans can apply as we decide our future.
When faced with a crisis of leadership, the last place most people look for answers is in the mirror. In this compelling discussion, Dan Romance shares his perspective on what it took to make big changes in his life. The good news is that Dan's insight begins with the 'Man in the Mirror' and establishing priorities for longevity.
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In Episode 19, you'll learn where to look and how to apply what you discover in this quick-paced discussion. Dan shares very personal experiences about the way his decisions affected his family in powerful ways. You will be inspired to 'Look in Your Mirror' and make crucial decisions that can change your life today... and every day of your life!
What are the Leadership perspectives of a man or woman who volunteers to serve the United States of America for more than three decades?
What motivates an American to choose to put their own life and future at risk in the service of others?After you meet Rudy Laco, a retired US Navy Captain, you'll have a keen insight into these questions.
Rudy served as the Commodore of a US Navy Destroyer Squadron, had command of multiple ships, played an integral leadership role on the US Navy Ship Comfort during the Haiti Earthquake Rescuse Mission while building his family. You'll learn about his upbringing and special lessons he learned from his parents and grandparents that positioned Rudy to take advantage of the opportunites America offers.
Leadership lessons come in many forms and you will be excited to hear from a veteran how he was able to shape the future, not only for his family and himself, but for every one of the men and women who served under Rudy's command. Enjoy!
John Maxwell says; "Everything rises and falls on leadership!" I could not agree more. In today's episode, we begin to explore what it means to be a servant leader and how mentoring can plan a crucial role in leadership development.
America needs transformational leaders who understand the challenging times we face. We need leaders who are willing to step up and study the founding of our nation so we can develop leaders at every level of our nation.
In the upcoming episodes, you'll meet amazing leaders who will share their personal experiences and discuss crucial leadership lessons in their personal and professional lives. Be sure to tune in each week and share these ideas with everyone who wants to improve their leadership skills.
In Episode 15 we examined the reasons why an individual citizen chooses to Celebrate America NOW! In today's 16th episode, we'll explore how we can build team and effectively collaborate in local markets to make a big difference.
PATRIOT MISSION is Protecting our Nation’s Liberty and Preserving the America Dream through The POWER of Small Business.
Leaders set the standard with their words, actions and focus. America requires strong grassroots leaders who are confident in themselves and what they believe in order to restore the nation's belief in our Founding Principles.