This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond continues the discussion on the importance of committing to excellence by building commitment in other people. He explains that if you want to build a successful business, you have to work on building commitment in others—which starts not just with your external customers, but with your internal customers.
According to Walter:
“If you have employees … you need to make sure you breed confidence, that you exude confidence. People love to be led by confident people. And nothing breeds confidence better than expertise. I tell you, people will buy into your confidence, because people need to be led by confident leaders.”
What do you do to breed confidence in others? How has your expertise in your field helped you develop confidence in yourself? Let us know in the comments section below.
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About Walter Bond
A former American professional basketball player, Walter Bond’s NBA career included 153 games with the Dallas Mavericks, Utah Jazz, and Detroit Pistons. Now, Walter takes what he learned from his life on the court and translates it into motivational and educational messages for thriving businesses and careers. For more information, visit WalterBond.com.
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