The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Ali Marano, an emerging leader in the non-profit sector who works to provide community organizations with better technology through a network called NPower.
Fadi Nahas Excellence in Leadership Award 2005, Washington DC, OAS
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The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Mary MacDonald, a leader in the non-profit sector who focuses on environmental issues.
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Andrea Owes, the Director of Special Projects at the Urban League of Florida’s Broward County.
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Nakeisha Neal, a leader in the non-profit sector who works in the Washington D.C. deputy mayor's office and makes time to volunteer.
Today is election day Tuesday, November 4. There is a lot of talk about leadership and what it means, if we are going in the right direction or not. I've been involved in a few conversations on Twitter, if you don't know what Twitter is, or you are on Twitter and you were on my site at 1115media****, just click on the Let's Be Friends over on the sidebar, and follow me on Twitter and I'll follow back. My question to you is what is leadership? Are you a leader? Do you think a leader? Do you want to be a leader? Is leadership needed? I'm asking because I'm also working on a project about leadership and motivation. So on this day of change, what does leadership mean to you?
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Paul Giese of N-Power as an emerging leader in the non-profit world.
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Edie Muelberger for her work at Earth Share of Texas, a non-profit that helps environmental groups.
A testimonial from Tony Robbins World Authority on Leadership Psychology. If Tony Robbins trusts this guy - you should check him out for yourself. Watch this video - especially if you are looking to get more Google rankings, online web traffic and generate leads for your web site.
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Chris Canova for his work with Jobs for Ohio Graduates, a nonprofit that places students on a career path.
The American Express Leadership Spotlight shines on Michelle Lyons-Mayor and her work as director for Public Allies Arizona, a non-profit that helps emerging community leaders.
So, here you are on the internet along with millions of others and you are trying to market something – a product, book, report, web site, business opportunity etc.
The question is: how are you going to get people to notice you rather than one of your competitors (in fact do you even know who your competitors are?)
In short how will you communicate your leadership qualities?
Consider the following 3 types of people:
What’s the point?
The point is that to be successful online you have to be able to attract people in very large numbers long before you can sell them anything. In fact generating sales is actually an outcome of getting all the other marketing systems in place and running smoothly first.
Network marketing is so called because you have to develop a network of your own and then market your products, services and business opportunities to that network. In essence you can only sell to people you already have a relationship with.
Being a Leader
The point you need to reach is to become a leader in your field and let people come to you. This is something I have achieved and now mentor my students to do the same. If you want to know how it’s done visit me
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Author of the very first book on Catholic Servant Leadership, Mr. Warneka provides inspirational speeches to retreats, organizations, conferences, colleges and universities.
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