Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady have hit a home run with Launching A Leadership Revolution. Undeniably insightful, well researched and easy to read, their book is sure to become one of the most influential books written about leadership in recent years. The authors have created this book in order to share the business lessons they have learned and developed during the last 10 years while on the journey of building a successful business.

Remember that FUN and MENTAL are in the word fundamental.
Prosperity keeps many people in debt.
Platitudes aren't nearly as important as attitudes.
People on a mission are never understood by those in a rut.
Our talents and gifts are like a sword that has to be unsheathed to truly be appreciated.
One of the most important words in the English language to define properly is "success."
Re-post: "Leaders Get Results - The Battle for America"
No one is served by a partial commitment.
Nearly the whole landscape of human existence demonstrates one entity or another using power to take from others.
Most people don't even think to think of their thoughts and how they got that way.
Many times success is nothing more than hanging on long enough for it to show up.
Looking outward to find someone to serve is the roadway out of adversity.
Leadership is for everyone.
Re-post: "William "Billy" Mitchell's Courageous Leadership"
Laughter is by far the best contagion.
Just as a watermelon seed grows watermelons, so too do the seeds of our habits generate the corresponding fruit.
It takes a bigger person to receive advice than to give it.
It has been said that the life of a great achiever can be summed up in one sentence. Think about what yours might be.
Inconsistency is the author of mediocrity.
The importance of focusing on the right things!
To lead from the front you must get off your behind. :) #TLYAW
2 favorite quotes. When the going get tough the tough get going. Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind. Rom 12:2 #TLYAW
RT @LifeLeadrship: "Rise and Fall Societies" by @Orrin_Woodward #TLYAW
#TLYAW Choosing Your Personal Culture By Claude Hamilton
Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks #TLYAW
Passing the buck is the most costly of luxuries, that no true leader can afford buy #TLYAW
People fear looking incompetent more than being so, closing the door on personal learning. #TLYAW
"Etch your name in the hearts of men, not in marble" - Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Value your integrity over all #TLYAW
#TLYAW Six Duties of Society & Five Laws of Decline
You were born to make an impact #TLYAW
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more & become more, you are a #leader. #TLYAW
#TLYAW Life Members Participate in a Warrior Dash to Benefit St. Jude’s Hospital Thank you for the recognition and congratulations to my friend and business partner, Chris @RascalTweets Brady!
People forget what you kept, but they will never forget what you gave. #TLYAW
#TLYAW Focus on Abilities, Not Obstacles – Trystan Willems
People forgive a leaders skill deficiency much quicker than they will forgive character deficiency #TLYAW
People who make mistakes, but refuse to learn from them, are bound to repeat them #TLYAW
RT @wplent5: "People say the grass is greener on the other side. That's not correct, it's greener were you take care of it." Laurie Woodward
Plan, Do, Check and Adjust is a process to achieve anything, but most people get stuck at the Do step #TLYAW
"Have courage in the small things!" Marc Militello #TLYAW

The authors are making a donation equal to 100% of all the advances and royalties they receive for this edition to All Grace Outreach in Flint, Michigan. Learn more about All Grace Outreach charity ...CLICK HERE