How To Become A True Leader, Part 2: Leading Your Team

June 26, 2009

Just In Case You Missed It, Read Part 1 First:  How To Become A True Leader, Part 1:  Leading YOU!

Now that you’ve laid the foundation for true leadership development by starting with YOURSELF first, let’s move on to the strategies and tactics for becoming a true leader for others… No matter what kind of entrepreneur you are, it is absolutely essential for you to LEARN how to properly lead other people if you’re looking to create real success in your business.  Click ‘Play’ on the video below to learn exactly how to step into this role and become the empowered, successful, and truly influential leader you know you can be:

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Warren Buffet, one of the wealthiest men to ever walk this earth, was quoted as saying, “There is no such thing as a self-made millionaire”. When you reach larger and larger levels of wealth and success, it virtually impossible for you to be a one man show.  You need the support, management, and leadership from a team of people who see the same vision that you do.

Leaders are not born… They are developed.  And if you follow the steps outlined in this series and truly APPLY them, the world is your oyster!

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Michele Spence June 26, 2009 at 7:50 pm

Great post Katie it is so true that you must position yourself as a leader to attract others to you.

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SashayShantay June 26, 2009 at 8:32 pm

Beautiful words of wisdom Katie :0)

We definately do better when we do together. However leaders must pay the price in self discipline and moral restraint. They must correct, improve their personal character, through checking of passions and desires and have an exemplary control of ones bodily needs and drives.

Keep up the great work and thank you so much.x

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Fathi Ridwan Basalamah June 27, 2009 at 4:11 am

Remember the old saying? ” When the tough gets going, the going gets tough” and it is true as far as i know. But how about if i say: ” When the going gets the leader, the leader gets going ”
So, whether it is me or you or them, we will learn automatically to be a leader when the circumstances puts us on. To be a real excellent leader is another questions, whether it is trained leader or by nature, it a blessing of the universe which take part.

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David Latremouille June 28, 2009 at 7:26 am

Another excellent presentation Katie. “Know Thyself” (Temple of Apollo at Delphi) and “Know the Truth and the Truth will set you Free” (Jesus), are the prime characteristics of any true leader, which refers back to your video on self leadership, without which you can never hope to successfully lead others!
I do have a real issue with this “scarcity” tactic that you briefly covered here however, because it is in my way of seeing things, a deception! There is no scarcity in reality, only that which has been manufactured to manipulate the masses, and I personally find it a ridiculous and insulting ploy. It certainly is not worthy of any True Leader, no great leader has ever used “scarcity” to create a following. It is a ploy regularly used by carpetbaggers and snake oil salesmen, however you never see the likes of Warren Buffet or Bill Gates use these tactics.
I know from viewing previous videos that you subscribe to the principles of the “Secret” which maintain that we live in a Universe of Abundance , and that any scarcity is a misalignment with our true nature.
I think that real leaders promote abundance, continuously giving of themselves, sharing what they have to offer, just as you do, and that is what attracts followers.
All the best…looking forward to you next presentation.

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Shay Cohen June 28, 2009 at 5:00 pm

Dear Catie,

I just finish watching your 7 days video training and few more videos of yours and now after I saw you such emotional in few of your videos, I can let my self being emotional to.

I found you on twitter two weeks ago, when I saw your first video, my eyes filed with tears, something that never append before.
I know you are amazing, but I cold not guess how much.

Thank you very much for your 7 days video training. I was lucky to find you just in time as I am preparing my activity; your blog and system are the amazing that I sow, so far.

I am a leader but I have a lot to improve, I am working on that. I am following you.

I will love to create with you, share and cooperate.

I think you are amazing, real talent, sensitive, very clever and beautiful. I can see your journey and the power of fulfilling, satisfaction, happiness and love you are giving and gating back that makes you even more beautiful.

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Naim Fennell July 9, 2009 at 8:26 pm

Hi, Katie

I just want to say that you have provided some great information on what it takes to become a leader. I have been following you for about a year and I have to say that you are a leader who empower others to do the same. Look forward to your other post. Have a great day.
.-= Naim Fennell´s last blog ..How To Generate Leads For $ .03 Cents Using This Simple Technique? =-.

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Michele D July 19, 2009 at 3:15 am

Very insightful on this video and part one video. It helped me to be more focused.

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Frank Flocco August 25, 2009 at 12:54 pm

People will very rarely listen to what we say. They are much more likely to watch what we do. This is how we start out in life. I believe we learn by doing, and we generally do what we see others doing. In order to make change, which people are naturally resistant to, we must be the change we want to make (paraphrasing Ghandi). A leader is one who lives a life of purpose and on purpose. Once you are able to find your “why”, you can then make your way.

Thanks for the great posts and inspiration.

Best regards,
Frank Flocco
.-= Frank Flocco´s last blog ..The Sugar Shack =-.

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Amanda October 1, 2009 at 9:01 pm

Thanks for sharing these great tips to being a fantastic leader!

Knowing your teammates WHY and being a constant source of positive energy are two powerful aspects of a relationship with your team member. Even more powerful is when your team member is motivated enough to match the energy and motivation of the leader. Now THAT is one heck of a powerful combination!

Thanks again for the amazing content!
.-= Amanda´s last blog ..SuperQuick Tip Of The Week – You, Inc. =-.

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Carissa October 7, 2009 at 10:21 pm

Katie,
Your words are inspiring. I have thought about my purpose a lot but still haven’t figured it out quite yet. I am sort of lost in my home life right now, being a wife and mother that it gets hard to focus on me and my purpose because I am so concerned about everybody else. I am always working on self-development but never give it the true attention it needs. That will change tonight. Thank you again for your words of wisdom and I look forward to your next video.

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Tim Scott December 14, 2009 at 8:15 pm

Great Post Katie,

I just wish more people realized that learning how to become a leader is the true key to success in any business. It has nothing to do with the product, company, or comp pln. It’s all about showing pople that you can help them reach their goals.

“Catch on fire with enthusiasm and people will come for miles to watch you burn.” – John Wesley
.-= Tim Scott´s last blog ..I Am Google, Hear Me Roar!!! =-.

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Shannon Tecson March 10, 2010 at 2:15 am

Thanks Katie! Great video…reminds me so much of John C. Maxwell’s teaching…
.-= Shannon Tecson´s last blog ..A Lesson Taken From The Movie "Alive" =-.

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Jennifer May July 13, 2010 at 1:16 am

Hey Katie! Great training on how to become a True Leader! :) I give a BIG DITTO to what Amanda said above… it is so amazing when a Team Member can match the energy and motivation!

Thanks for sharing! Truly appreciate it! HUGS!
.-= Jennifer May´s last blog ..My Top 20 Reasons WHY NOT To SURRENDER To Life’s Obstacles… But OVERCOME And FACE Them =-.

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how to get a guy July 18, 2010 at 3:02 am

hey Katie,

I find it so hard to become a leader. It is never an easy thing to do, and i do envy people with natural leadership talent.
.-= how to get a guy´s last blog ..How To Flirt With Men Without Seeming Desperate – 3 Important Keys =-.

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TJ Chambers July 21, 2010 at 12:56 am

Katie,

Thanks for your sharing in all your videos and pages. There is always so much to learn and then to keep on learning after learning.
.-= TJ Chambers´s last blog ..Jul 14- Network Marketing Consultant for MLM Help =-.

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Sherman True Leader Smith July 24, 2010 at 10:30 pm

Hey Katie,

This was a great video and it doesn’t look like you missed any points. One book I would like to recommend that relates to this subject is John C. Maxwell “Developing The Leader Within You” which takes the subject matter even further.

Thanks For Sharing

Sherman
.-= Sherman True Leader Smith´s last blog ..To Become A True Leader- First Start With Becoming An… =-.

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Luis September 11, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Hi Katie,

This is great video. I appreciate sharing with us.
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Carlos M. October 4, 2010 at 10:32 pm

This is awesome Katie
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Karl Sylvester October 1, 2009 at 8:42 pm

Hey, Katie I sincerely enjoyed this leadership video. Thanks for sharing this.

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