The Price Tag of Leadership Series

In this new series, John Maxwell discusses the price tag of leadership. If you’re familiar with John at all, you’ve likely heard him say, “Everything worthwhile is uphill––all the way.” That means there is always a cost associated with leadership and success. The hard truth is that the cost is self-discipline.

As John says, the hardest person to lead is yourself. But self-discipline makes all the difference. In part one of this series, John walks through the first three of five truths about self-discipline so you can see what makes it the biggest gamechanger in your own leadership.

After John’s lesson, Mark Cole (CEO of The John Maxwell Enterprise) and Richard Chancy consider the role that discipline plays when leaders face criticism. Then they share how self-discipline determines whether your habits serve you or whether you serve your habits.

Listen to The Price Tag of Leadership (Part 1)

Listen to The Price Tag of Leadership (Part 2)

Our BONUS resource for this series is The Price Tag of Leadership Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by clicking “Download the Bonus Resource” below.

This series comes from a portion of John’s Developing the Leader Within You online course. Listen through to the end to hear an exclusive offer on the course for our podcast listeners!

3 thoughts on “The Price Tag of Leadership Series”

  1. The most inspiring leadership podcast on earth. Everyday I listen to the episodes I gain new energy for believing that I am already a leader.
    Thank you, John Maxwell and the podcast team. God bless you.

  2. I have read numerous of Johns books some of them twice. I at times struggle keeping myself positive and motivated as I grow myself and my business. Finding the podcast a month ago has truly help re energize my thinking and motivation as well as keeping me sound. Its the best thing to listen to first thing in the morning. Thank you John, Mark and Richard along with the Maxwell team.

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