The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C. Maxwell (#19 The Law Of Timing)
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First published in September 1998, The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership by John C. Maxwell put Maxwell at the forefront of leadership experts.
The book contains a variety of exercises that will help you not only plant the ideas firmly into your life, but they’ll help you improve your awareness and identify your needs. You’ll likely want to listen to each chapter more than once so you can fully grasp each law.
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Now dive into this audio summary and get busy growing your leadership. Enjoy learning and performing each law –
19. THE LAW OF TIMING: WHEN TO LEAD IS AS IMPORTANT AS WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO GO
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