Rockstars Quotes

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Emme Rollins
“The best things in life are crazy.”
Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar

Emme Rollins
“I don't want you to be my fan. I want you to be mine.”
Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar

Eden Summers
“Mitch stared at where her hand lay on Blake’s crotch and appreciated that his friend didn’t comment.

“Please tell me I don’t have my hand some place inappropriate.” Alana’s voice broke.”
Eden Summers, Blind Attraction

Eden Summers
“Meet me backstage later?”

The deep voice whispered along her skin and her body hummed in appreciation. She turned her focus to the eyes shaded under the cap.”
Eden Summers, Blind Attraction

“Are you madly in love with your brand? If you are not completely gaga about the company, then why are you there?”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Become a culture catalyst. While protecting the company’s heritage, take bold risks that other people only dream about or are too scared to try.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“A single leader with a great idea can start a cultural revolution.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Hire diverse but like-minded people. An inclusive workforce engaged in a shared mission fosters better, more creative solutions to problems, leading to sustainable growth.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Get in the game. Regardless of your leadership level, real culture change only happens by thinking differently, acting on those new ideas and fearlessly defending the decisions later.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Hard work isn’t just a means to an end—it’s an obsession.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Part of a leader’s groundwork is in honing work ethic.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Be obsessed about results. Combine passion, commitment and a hard work ethic with thinking fast, creating alternatives and marshaling resources to achieve results.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Seek out incremental wins. Instead of immediately revolutionizing the company, start small and crush a few things first; once you’ve earned trust, you will garner bigger responsibilities and influence.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“If you hate change, then you’re really going to hate extinction.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Defend organizational change. Inevitable resistance can be mitigated if the change is carefully discussed, planned, embraced, communicated and ultimately defended.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Align the team. Because employee behaviors collectively produce company results, you must understand, advocate for and communicate a clear direction across the company; get everyone singing off the same song sheet.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“There’s a time to be humble and a time to “bring the thunder”.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Practice humility. Shine a light on others, give teammates the credit, volunteer to help, take accountability, seek out feedback, ask others for their opinion, truly listen to people and be open to having your mind changed.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Bring the thunder. Some situations require extra inspiration and motivation to influence others; during those moments, act with fierce bravado.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Mentorship is Instrumental.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Mentorship is the greatest level of leadership maturity there is.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Embrace mentorship. Rely on others to assist you, provide feedback, challenge your thinking and celebrate you; this is one of the greatest growth paths for leaders.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Create your inner circle. Identify four to five irreplaceable, intentional mentors in your life and formally develop those relationships; choose people who already have a vested interest in your success.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“If securing some mentors and being one yourself are not already on your leadership list of things to do, let’s get at it. It’s too important for your career to ignore.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Don’t wait to be reminded to focus on your own development.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Leaders have the power to light up or extinguish the cultural flame of a company.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Be the accelerant. You have the power to light up the cultural flame of the company. It’s not going to happen because of programs, processes, tools, branding or the product itself; focus on the culture and light it up!”
Jim Knight

“Own the place. Act as if you started (or own) the business; this will create added focus, commitment, inspiration and guidance to crafting the right culture.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Light the fire. An established culture needs to be catered to, amped up and perpetuated for the future. Regardless of the state of the culture, take it to “Eleven”.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

“Small businesses and large corporations alike reap huge rewards from a great company culture.”
Jim Knight, Leadership That Rocks

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