Not everyone can be a leader. Ok, I’m lying, EVERYONE can be a leader, if they want to be. Sometimes you’re a leader and you don’t even know it.

As tennis pro, I love what I do and take pride in what I do. I want to be the best possible instructor that I can be and strive for constant improvement. Do I lead other teaching pros by directions? Not much. Do I lead other teaching pros by example? I’d like to think so. There’s no greater compliment than when you hear someone saying or doing something that you consistently say or do…just make sure it’s something positive.

Remember, you can be a leader…

At Work
At School
In Sports
In Your Family
With Your Friends

“Superior leaders get things done with very little motion. They impart instruction not through many words, but through a few deeds. They keep informed about everything but interfere hardly at all. They are catalysts, and though things would not get done as well if they weren’t there, when they succeed they take no credit. And because they take no credit, credit never leaves them.”


Thanks for reading.

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