August was an amazing month! In July, we experienced 124% growth. With such a rapid increase, I was just hoping to simply break even or slightly grow during this past month. Well, thanks to you the readers and so many of you forwarding my posts, we grew an additional 97%!!! I am blown away and thank you so much!!!
Overall, there were 33 posts on leadership. Of this group, 9 posts focused on various aspects of the subject of leadership itself. 5 were dedicated to providing quotes and insights from industry leaders. 5 were generated from the NFL with 4 more coming from college football. An additional 4 were generated from experiences with my family.
The following were my Top 10 Most Popular Posts of August as determined by those who visit this website.
- 44 Leadership Quotes From Tony Dungy
- 10 Things Every Husband Wants To Hear
- 5 Words That Haunt Leaders
- 10 Habits Of Highly Successful Influencers
- Hall Of Fame Leadership Quotes – Jerry Rice
- Top 10 Most Popular Posts of July 2010
- He Is The Most Uninteresting Man In The World
- Hall Of Fame Leadership Quotes – Emmitt Smith
- 10 Things That Wake Leaders Up At 2:00 AM
- 4 Leadership Lessons From Ramona and Beezus
As an added bonus, the following are three hidden treasures that really have a special place in my heart. I hope they mean a lot to you as well the 2nd time around.
I also received two great blessings in my life this past month as a result of this blog. Tony Morgan used one of my postings as a Guest Blog on his site, www.tonymorganlive.com. To read that article, click here. Tony is a must-read for anyone in leadership and if you haven’t subscribed to his blog, do so today.
Also, in July I wrote How A Sunday School Teacher Changed My Life. As a result of that post, I have been asked to return to the church where I grew up and speak on October 3rd. I can’t wait!!!
I want to also tell you about two great friends of mine, Joe Sangl and Casey Graham. They have just released an incredibly popular new book entitled Funded and Free. To read about it, click on either of their names or here.
In conclusion, it is always humbling and never taken for granted that you would take time out of your busy day and read these postings. I trust they are adding value to you. If so, please comment and join the conversation. Your input is desperately needed and valued by all who visit this site. Thank you.
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