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Is becoming a millionaire really a secret?
According to my latest guest, NO!
Brian Scudamore is a multiple 7 figure entrepreneur in the home services industry. He’s most well-known for his business 1-800-GOT-JUNK, which specializes in junk removal.
But his advice for anyone seeking success is simple:
Just ask people!
Find out who is successful, ask them how they did it, and take a lot of notes. Brain says this is the most straightforward path to achievement.
By showing humility first, you can get a lot of people on your side. You can learn from them, and they’ll tell you what you need to know!
(I’m starting to sense a bit of a theme on this podcast!)
But it hasn’t always been an easy ride for Brian.
In this episode, we talk about the importance of making mistakes and how they’re a great learning opportunity.
Brain owns up to having made mistakes as a leader. He’s built up teams that ultimately failed under his leadership, damaging both his business and his career.
But despite this, his brand group, O2E (Ordinary to Exceptional), is an award-winning, globally recognized company!
Brian is undoubtedly a gifted entrepreneur.
The ability to build up such a well-recognized brand takes true leadership.
However, he’ll tell you that it’s an endless work in progress.
He gives the quote, “Overnight success stories take a long time,” and it’s very accurate.
But all of his success comes down to hard work, perseverance, and outstanding leadership.
If you want to learn what it takes to lead people inside a business, this is the episode for you!
A big thank you to Brian and thank you all for listening at home - I’ll see you in the next one!
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The Servant Leader's Manifesto Paperback – April 11, 2020
by Omar L. Harris (Author)
4.5 out of 5 stars
From the writer of the most groundbreaking book on team management and performance Leader Board: The DNA of High Performance Teams, comes a demand for leaders to change in the of the midst of an international crisis in employee engagement.
The current leadership model is outdated and not suited to engage and draw the most diverse workforce ever.
That's why leaders who are capable of motivating by engaging in a unified, aligned, coaching manner and inspiring the best in their team and individuals are more needed than ever before.
That's why we have this manifesto.
In paradox, the answer may not lie in systems , but in the human race.
The more technology influences life, the more our requirement for courage, clarity care, culture and the cultivation of talent. All things that machines can't provide for us.
We must not just wait for the C-suite executives to react appropriately to this employee engagement crisis.
The managers who are responsible for the employees who generate value for our companies - must do this for ourselves and our employees.
This is our declaration!
Go-To Guide for Servant Leadership by Global Pharma Executive
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021
If you’re leading any type of team today, you Must Read “The Servant Leader’s Manifesto” by Business and Leadership Thought-Leader Omar L. Harris. The author openly shares lessons learned and case studies based on his over 20-year career as a global pharmaceutical executive at Pfizer, GSK, Allergan, Schering-Plough and more. The author encourages readers to try a new way of leadership to engage employees using positive psychology, building upon strengths and focusing on a higher purpose that matters to everyone vs. just dollars. As a leader who’s actually applied Servant Leadership skills to managing enterprise teams vs. just talked about it, this book is the real deal. And while many managers are hesitant to change the typical “Boss” at the top hierarchy, Harris explains why inverting the hierarchy and using “humility, will and empathy” can produce even greater results and increase your influence as a leader. Similar to the easy-to-read management tips in “The One Minute Manager” by Ken Blanchard, Harris’ book is your go-to guide for Servant Leadership in 2021!
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2020
I got this book fast after I purchased it. This book was very new looking and great. I'm glad I purchased off Amazon.
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Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2021
I enjoyed reading this book. It helped me revisit and re-ignite some of the best practices. It is well written and flows very well.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2021
Mr. Harris packs valuable knowledge into the pages making this book a must for leaders wanting learn a new and better way of leading - servant leadership.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2021
This was a great read. Its a short book but was very helpful as it allowed me to better understand what I need to know about becoming a better leader and know whether the job I'm at understands what good leadership is.
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020
I have worked in corporations for over twenty years and it has not always been the best experience, mainly because of the "boss" archetype that exists in most companies. In The Servant Leader's Manifesto, Omar L. Harris takes on this persona and offers a better form of leadership for modern times. In place of bosses come servant leaders equipped with humility, will, caring, purpose, discipline, and positive psychology. All of which they use to improve conditions for their people who are directly responsible for creating value for customers. The argument for this leadership transformation is powerful, validated, and relatively easy to apply for any manager. I plan to take this as a blueprint for myself and everyone around me moving forward!
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2020
There is a huge revolution going on in leadership. The new style is based on positive psychology instead of command and control. Here's a great guide on how to navigate that shift and how to become a servant leader.
Well researched work on leaders
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2020
This book prepares the next generation of leaders to improve upon history. I appreciate the concise information and the writer’s engaging tone.
Summary of modern leadership principles
Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020
Omar has done it again with this book that reviews leadership principles in a conversational style. My favorite quotes include "the path to sustainable performance lies in the team, not just in one or two people" and "financial gain should come from delivering consistently excellent customer experience and ensuring that service employees are highly engaged and productive". I appreciate the suggestions of other books for further research on specific topics as well.
Quick inspirational read for leaders and soon-to-be leaders
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020
I appreciate how the author breaks down the concepts of servant leadership into stackable, easy-to-remember soundbites. Simple is hard to accomplish but Omar L. Harris nails it. Of particular interest are the “MHT” concept that teaches mindfulness, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence as well a ways to improve all three.
Let the management style revolution begin
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2020
The time for leadership 2.0 is now and there is no better way to enter this new wave than by using this well referenced and easy to read guide. In addition to an advocacy for a revolution in management based on various sources, you will find valuable learnings from 15+ years of the effective leadership experience of the author.
Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2021
Great book. Pragmatic and humbling.
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021
This book tied together so many aspects of the leadership role models I know and try to embody. It was an Aha! I get it now! read. I recommend anyone and everyone read this book by Mr. Harris; particularly those who are leading a team, company, or any other group with goals.
I wish I had read this sooner.
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2020
This is a great book that brings together many of the main concepts regarding leadership. I have a M.S. in Organizational Leadership and this book would have been very valuable during my studies. I recommend this book for anyone in a leadership position or aspiring to lead.
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2020
very good book, definitely learned a lot
A compelling vision of the future of leadership
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2022
I saw Omar speak and read his book immediately after. His argue vets are clear and compelling, references impeccable and deep. Highly recommend.
From other countries
5.0 out of 5 stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 3, 2020
An excellent read, pulling together a combination of theory, experience and opinion. Full of value and offers excellent threads for further reading and self and team development. Looking forward to reading Leader Board: The DNA of High Performing Teams