Stand Out from the Talent Around You

A potential leader can  hardly afford to wait to become a legend in  his  own time to satisfy  us,  he  must almost become a  legend ahead of his time

~ Brock Brewer ~

At a certain stage in your professional life, you’ll be working with the best. Everyone will be as good as or better than you. It becomes more difficult to gain the recognition and promotions you deserve.  Chris Carmichael, Lance Armstrong’s personal coach and the US Olympic Committee’s Coach of the Year in 1999 advises, “You have to work hard and be smart to stand out. You’re no longer competing against just a handful of talented people; you’re playing against people just like you who were selected from a far greater candidate pool.”

Stand out, get noticed and get ahead. Here are some executive coaching tools to help you.

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