A leader’s influence

John Maxwell - American author, speaker, and pastor

The 3 questions that followers ask leaders: Do you like me? Can you help me? Can I trust you? Will you add value to my life?

John Maxwell - American author, speaker, and pastor

If you want to be successful, if you really want to connect with people, three things: value people, believe in people and unconditionally love people.

Roy T. Bennett - Author

Everyone enjoys being acknowledged and appreciated. Sometimes even the simplest act of gratitude can change someone's entire day. Take the time to recognize and value the people around you and appreciate those who make a difference in your lives.

Michelle Gielan - One of the brightest stars in positive psychology and an eloquent champion for rethinking the way we communicate

Too often we forget how powerful we are as individuals to shape how other people see the world. Each one of us constantly broadcasts to other people - whether consciously or unconsciously - verbally or non-verbally - and those messages influence their brain.

Epictetus - Greek Stoic philosopher

The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.

John Calvin Maxwell - American author, speaker, and pastor who has written many books, primarily focusing on leadership 

Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.

John Wooden - American basketball player and coach

Being a role model is the most powerful form of educating... too often fathers neglect it because they get so caught up in making a living they forget to make a life.

Fred Rogers - American television host, author, producer, and Presbyterian minister. He was the creator, showrunner, and host of the preschool television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran from 1968 to 2001

One of the universal fears of childhood is the fear of not having value in the eyes of the people whom we admire so much.