John C. Maxwell

John C. Maxwell
John C. Maxwell, an internationally respected leadership expert, speaker, and author who has sold more than 18 million books, has been named an inaugural SUCCESS Ambassador. Dr. Maxwell is the founder of EQUIP, a non-profit organization that has trained more than 5 million leaders in 126 countries worldwide. A New York Times, Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek; best-selling author, Maxwell has written three books that have sold more than a million copies.

Why Gratitude Makes You a Better Leader

By John C. Maxwell | November 1, 2017

‘The greatest show of gratitude comes from nurturing other people’s development.’

4 Habits of Emotionally Strong Leaders

By John C. Maxwell | September 18, 2017

Sometimes it takes a little tough love.

4 Tips to Set Yourself Up for a Better Tomorrow Today

By John C. Maxwell | August 23, 2017

How to focus on the now

 

4 Important Truths of Lasting Relationships

By John C. Maxwell | July 26, 2017

Real connection means looking up into faces when our tendency is to stare down at screens.

Do These 5 Things to Make Winning a Habit

By John C. Maxwell | June 28, 2017

Because chance will only take you so far.

3 Keys to Getting Motivated When You Feel Stuck

By John C. Maxwell | May 31, 2017

Working toward greatness is a process. And it comes with a price.

6 Ways to Embrace an Abundance Mindset

By John C. Maxwell | April 5, 2017

When you stand on the beach and watch the waves hit the shore, do you think there’s any end to the water? That’s how the abundance mindset works.

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Why a Compassionate Leader Gets Results

By John C. Maxwell | March 22, 2017

Ask yourself 3 questions to build a loyal and supportive team.

John C. Maxwell: Why John Wooden’s Teams Won

By John C. Maxwell | March 17, 2017

And how to apply the coach’s winning principles to your life

John C. Maxwell: How to Be Confident in a Crisis

By John C. Maxwell | February 22, 2017

The difference between average people and achievers is their perception of and response to failure.