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Are You an All Star Leader???

How would you grade yourself as a leader in your industry?  A being All Star, B being Basically Average, and C being Common.  If you are completely honest with yourself and go through a full self-examination, and end up being a B or C, but would like to be an A, great, you can do it!!!  Being an All Star leader simply means you have to be an All Star servant or assistant.  Zig Ziglar said it best, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.” Translation: Assist/serve others.

I went to the NBA All Star Games in New Orleans the weekend of Valentine’s day.  Now, I’m not a big basketball fan, for that matter, sports fan.  But I did enjoy myself and I learned a lot about being an All Star Leader.  At the NBA All Star Games, the NBA players are considered the best in the leagues.  How did they get there? Well, I am almost positive that it had everything to do with their team works and willingness to assist, rebound, and scoring.  They knew and understood that if they wanted to win a game they had to help make easy and success the way of their team mates to get that ball in the hoop. This type of assist made them to be the best leaders in their industry.  Watch this video to see and hear how you can be the best It Works Independent Distributor, or Leader in whatever business you are in.  Then comment below and share this post with other great leaders you may know.  I challenge you to be an All Star Leader.


Will you take the challenge to be an All Star in Your Business?


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