"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."
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“I think my secrets for success are working really hard, doing what is in the best interest of our client, always being there to answer questions and guide them through the process so it is not a stressful time.”
“DentalX started with only me, booking appointments in my car and seeing patients in the late afternoons or Sundays after I worked all day for other dental offices. Now I have an award-winning dental office with 12 staff members.”
“We began our company because we fell in love with Galapagos. We knew we’d be leaving one day, but we wanted to maintain real contact with the place. Organizing trips was a perfect way to do so. It’s very rewarding to help people fulfill their lifelong dream of visiting the islands, and we’re glad that in the process, we’re energizing a new group of conservation champions, while at the same time supporting the local economy and community.”
“Challenges are inevitable in business, but it is having the courage to face your challenges and work through them that creates long-lasting change in an organization. I am inspired by each member of my team and their willingness to push through their fears, solve problems and create lasting change within our organization and the broader community.”
“Everyone will tell you that your team is the most important aspect of any successful company, and I couldn’t agree more. This means not only finding the right people but creating a corporate culture that allows them to share in your dreams and helps them achieve theirs at the same time.”
“Conversation has the power to change the world. Good conversation starts with an idea that is told through story to make it engaging and to stimulate meaningful conversation. When idea, story, and conversation are combined, it sparks interest, expands understanding and creates deep connections, leading to IMPACT.”
‘Too old, too wise and much too successful to let other people’s opinions determine my worth.’ I didn’t always live by this motto. It took decades to embrace this sentiment fully. But today I understand why self-worth, in whatever terms we determine, is so important in life and in business.