Those who can't manage themselves can't be expected to manage anything else either.

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Larry Kendall, Author, Ninja Selling

“I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, 
before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon 
and returning him safely to the earth.”

President John F. Kennedy, Man on the Moon Speech
Joint Session of Congress May 25, 1961

President Kennedy’s “We choose to go to the moon” speech is often cited as a classic vision statement – bold, inspirational, measurable.  What is not often cited is that several days later, scientists pointed out to the President that the technology to go to the moon did not exist.  Kennedy is reported to have said, “The vision comes first.  The ‘how to’ will follow.”

If you’re a leader, a healthy dose of fear can be a good thing. In fact, if fear doesn’t push you to take a risk, to up your game, to push to top performance, you may hit rock bottom in your career. That’s especially true if you’re plan to speak before large groups of employees, customers, or colleagues.

Speaking can be a high-stakes proposition in the age of Periscope, Instagram, and live Facebook or Twitter feeds out to the world. Audience members do not take kindly to an unprepared rambler wasting their time on irrelevant topics.

The new CEO wanted to slug it out of the ballpark at his first all-hands meeting. Employees were watching the broadcast from around the globe. Obviously, engaging those assembled in the auditorium in front of him would be much easier. But he didn’t want to miss the first opportunity to gain their confidence that he could handle the job vacated by his predecessor.

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