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Conscious Communicator Power Word #37 – AUDACIOUS (100 words)

This week’s 1st Power Word helps us think bigger…AUDACIOUS!

AUDACIOUS came into vogue in business in 1994 with the publishing of the book Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies by Jim Collins and Jerry Porras, that offered the concept of the Big Hairy Audacious Goal.

AUDACIOUS is something that will make us push our limits of what we believe is possible.

As a leader it’s important to set AUDACIOUS expectations to push people beyond their comfort zones and to think bigger.

What is something AUDACIOUS you could do or say this week to make people stand up and notice you?

‘Til next time, make it a great week!

skip weisman, transforming leadership and workplace communication to deliver champion level results






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