9 Keys of Black Belt Leadership Charisma

Lawrence Arthur column
1. To be believed, you have to be believable. Say what you mean and mean what you say. Your behavior must be consistent with what values you would like everyone to believe you live by. Black Belt Excellence has to be on display in your school. No piles of whatever behind the front desk, or in the corners of the room. 2. To be interesting, you must be interested. Talking is okay, but listening is better. Create lasting relationships by asking questions. Listen to their answers and ask questions about their answers. You’ve heard the old saying, “You have two ears and one mouth for a reason”, learn to use

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