After losing his business to a tornado on July 4, 1999 Steve Clute was stricken with the shocking realization that all of his hard work, planning, and security was gone. As he looked at how to deal with the present, and to survive and thrive in the future he realized that the lessons he had learned and shared as a small business owner, community builder and leader of thousands of young, blossoming adults were lessons that others could benefit from. This story is written with a spirit of fun, accompanied by a colorful, entertaining and engaging style. Real world parables and emotional discussions give insight and motivation to all ages, sizes and shapes of leaders. Twenty five years of entrepreneurship and consulting are condensed into two or three hours of reading. The author has worked with executives and businesses from around the globe and he always wins by doing what his book teaches - assess, address, finesse, and possess with common sense, ethics, honesty, grace, passion and synergy. Faith and family always come first and he teaches through his large family with two juvenile diabetics that entrepreneurs and small businessmen do not need to sacrifice those most important assets to succeed in business. He manages his family, his own health(juvenile diabetes) and countless losses and challenges in a way that keeps happiness alive and energy boundless. Leadergized is a life coach with real answers to questions that everyone is dealing with constantly. It is an easy read that is very worthwhile.
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This is a discussion of Excellence. It addresses the what, when, why and how of achieving excellence.
By Steven Clute
Published: April 29, 2010.
Common people need a different approach to leadership than Fortune 500 CEOs. Experience with family, friends, community, business, and Christianity make this a fun book. Anecdotes range from Christian leadership, business, managing disaster, to fatherhood. Leadergized inspires you to never give up! You receive new insights, ideas, activities, and tactics for being Leadergized.
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