63: How to Always be On as a Leader with NCAA record holder CEO David Fuess

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What does it mean to always be “on” as a leader. Someone is always watching what you say and do. This is true in whatever leadership position you hold. Whether its at home as a dad or mom or leading a business or team, you’re always on stage. Find out how to be always be on as Jeff chats with David Fuess, CEO of Catapult Systems a global digital IT solutions company.

Key Tips:

  • Let others know that you’re not perfect as a leader
  • Address the mistakes you’ve made with those you are leading
  • A brief look into Nehemiah as a leader in biblical times and how his leadership qualities help us today
  • What does eating and dreaming mean as a leader
  • In making a decision as a leader ask yourself if God would be proud of that decision

Resources Mentioned:

  • Ten Steps to Power and Purpose
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Jeff Jerina, Founder and Host of the Men Unplugged show chats with other top Christian Leaders every week to help men ignite their faith, strengthen their family and live with power and purpose.  As a gifted communicator, evangelist and author Jeff speaks and offers training forums to organizations, churches, Men’s groups, school and events.

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