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I am extremely fortunate to have had many mentors along my journey as a leader. In essence my life is a sort of thank card to all of the people including my mother and father who have sacrificed so much to put me in a position to win.
Professionally, I would say Dr. Ken Blanchard has impacted me tremendously. His constant encouragement and friendship has taught me what a true servant leader is all about. Zig Ziglar has had an impact on me as well. I was privileged enough to know him and visit with him — one of the magnificent joys of my life. These mentors all believed in me and saw something in me. …
New York, New York — Best Selling Author & International Celebrity Business Coach Gibson Sylvestre ,MBA Feed Homeless & Struggling Families During COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. We’re excited to announce that entrepreneur, author, speaker, and business coach; Mr. Gibson Sylvestre, MBA recently launched a program entitled, Defeat COVID-19 BY Uniting, Learning, & Serving. This program is designed to address the needs of families struggling to put food on the table during the COVID-19 pandemic. The feeding program will focus on Los Angeles, New York, Miami, FL, Broward County , FL, and Palm Beach, FL.
When Gibson Sylvestre was asked why he started this program he…
We all have weaknesses. Do you know yours? What about your business’ weaknesses? What’s your competitive advantage? Why should a potential client do business with you versus your competitor? These are CRITICAL questions that must be addressed.
Not only must you stay in your lane — you must OWN your lane. Know your strength and perfect your craft! Here are some easy tips and helpful hints:
#1-Find Out What’s Your Competitive Advantage.
Find out what you’re really GOOD at and use it as your competitive ADVANTAGE!! Iconic Musician ROD STEWART said it best, “I’m a rock star because I couldn’t be a soccer star.” Tom Brady is phenomenal quarterback however it would be a HUGE disservice if tried to be a lineman. …
A Profile In Courage: Civil Rights Icon Congressman John Lewis
As a child, I heard a story of a man who gets to heaven’s gates and is greeted by Saint Peter. Saint Peter looks the man over and notices that the man looks perfectly intact — no scars, no wounds, and no bruises. Saint Peter thinks to himself, “This seems unusual and peculiar.” Saint Peter then asks the man to show him his scars, to which the man replied, “I have no scars.” Saint Peter replies in a sad and disappointed voice, “What a sad pity! Was there nothing in this life worth fighting for? …
In the age of social media, some say privacy is no longer a right. Do all citizens get to maintain their right to privacy? Is privacy a fundamental human right? Or does one’s “celebrity status” relinquish their right to privacy?
Some people say famous people, celebrities, CEOs, social media personalities, authors, religious figures, and public figures lose their right to privacy. Their argument is that if the celebrity or well-known figure wasn’t famous then they wouldn’t be able to make the money they make. For instance, they say celebrities sell photos of their weddings and photos of their newborns and reap big sums of money — so why should they get privacy? …
Mr. Gibson Sylvestre, MBA Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, & Business Strategist interviews Former President! We’re excited to announce that entrepreneur, author, speaker, and business coach; Mr. Gibson Sylvestre, MBA recently launched a NEW PODCAST AIMED AT REACHING INTELLECTUALS, BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, AND CREATIVES. The new podcast entitled: Leaders, Followers, and Everything In-Between recently Mr. Sylvestre had the distinct privileged to interview the former president of Costa Rica, His Excellency Luis Guillermo Solís. The conversation focuses around President Solís’ leadership principles.
Some Key Topics Covered in the Interview is:
· Great leaders must emphasize collectivism and collaboration rather than competing against teammates.
· Great leaders must bring out the best in others.
· Great leaders must be positive.
· Great leaders must inspire.
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My most important role is to maintain a “big picture” focus. My job is to provide leadership, vision, and support to my team, investors, stakeholders, and clients. Every day I have an obligation to be better than I I was the day before. My job to prepare my company for the future; I’m a futurist.
I’ve been very fortunate in my career to work with several high profile individuals, everyone one them have impacted me in some form or fashion. However, some people that have impacted me for up close and some from afar. At any rate, the individuals that have impacted the way I think has been Zig Ziglar, Ken Blanchard, Mark Zuckerberg, Shawn Carter, Bill McDermott, Scooter Braun, Maverick Carter, Martin Scorsese, Lebron James, and Steve Wozinak. I so respect how each of them. They’ve dominated their area of expertise. They never rest on their laurels,(believe me they could) but no, they all strive to be the best of the best and to be the best version of themselves. …
“Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything.” — Napoleon Hill, Author
The power of drive and desire is undeniable.
Your feelings, your will to succeed, and your personal constitution can be unstoppable. When your mind is made up it’s hard to overcome.
However, when was the last time you asked yourself, “What do I really want to achieve?”
When was the last time you asked yourself, “What is my truest desires…what do I really want out of life?”
These are critical questions. Because everything we want out of life is on the other side of desire. Here a three strategies you can employ to obtain your desires, here they…
“All coaching is-is taking a player where he can’t take himself.”
— Bill McCartney, College Football Coach
Many of us are capable of so much more. For some reason, it is human nature to self-sabotage or limit ourselves. We tell ourselves “we’re not good enough” or “we shouldn’t attempt amazing things because of the risk of failure or the risk of embarrassment”. However, all of these self-limiters are false and fictitious. The truth of the matter is that we all have greatness tucked deep down on the inside of us.
So…what’s going to bring it out of you? What’s going to propel your health to the next level? What’s going to propel your business to the next level? What’s going to propel your career to the next level? What’s going to propel your most intimate relationships to the next level? …