► A Leader is Always on Stage

Leaders are always being watched, which is why it’s so important to live consistently according to your core principles. What are some of the little things that have a big impact on how others view you? I reveal them in this episode of Power Cast.

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  • Dwight - August 28, 2018 reply

    Great message

    Victor Pisano - September 5, 2018 reply

    Thank you very much Dwight, I sincerely appreciate it!!

    Victor Pisano - September 28, 2018 reply

    I sincerely apologize for taking so long to respond, but thank you very much for your comment re: “A Leader is Always on Stage”. It’s not that you have to pretend the spotlight is on you 24/7, but it is imperative that you understand with influence comes responsibility – that includes your character and integrity.
    Have a great day, and don’t forget…CHARGE UP!
    – Victor

  • Robert Martinez - August 28, 2018 reply

    Your message on your Power Cast #9 is spot on! As you state, leaders are always on stage and often people will try to emulate you good or bad. Some of these people aren’t necessarily peers, but young kids we are influencing daily whether we know it or not.
    Leaders are made by teaching, learning, and observing…..

    Victor Pisano - September 28, 2018 reply

    I apologize for taking so long to respond, thank you very much for your comments, they are sincerely appreciated! You are absolutely correct about the potential and aspiring young leaders around us every day – if we set the right example, they will work that much harder to have the privilege to lead!
    Have a great day, and don’t forget…CHARGE UP!
    – Victor

  • Victor Pisano - September 5, 2018 reply

    Thank you Robert, your comments are spot on! When we lead, we become a form of a mentor whether we like it or not. We need more experienced and passionate leaders, it will be our job to encourage the young to discover the leader within.

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