Hello world!

What does it take to be a leader? How can you gain practical experience and knowledge in developing your leadership style and attitude? It takes time. It takes experience. You may be thrust into it. Some claim you gain it, one spoonful at a time.

Welcome to LeadersTips.

We learn by various methods. You read, you watch, you practice. This is the reading part. As a friend once told me, “Who you are in five years from now, will be based on the people you meet and the books and blogs you read.” This blog is only one arrow in your quiver. If you read this blog over time, you will see it is based on traits gleaned from the best and the brightest. Learn from the best so you can be the best. I promise it will be worth your read. We will have some fun and learn something at the same time. I encourage you to participate and post your own comments and tips as we step through this journey.

If you enjoy this blog, please follow my daily Leadership Tips on Twitter @Gary_Vien #LeadersTips.

Gary J. Vien has over 35 years of deep, practical leadership and life experiences, living and working in seven states, from coast to coast. Over the years he has written many life quotes, leadership maxims and stories in a 6 by 9 inch brown, blank journal his father gave him when he was twelve. Now he opens his journal and begins to share the wisdom and writings of these times. Read, practice and enjoy these LeadersTips from the brown journal…

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What does it take to be a leader? How can you gain practical experience and knowledge in developing your leadership style and attitude? You do this one experience at a time, one spoonful at a time. Gary J. Vien has over 40 years of deep leadership experience living and working in seven states, from coast to coast. Over the years he has written many life quotes, leadership maxims and stories in a 6 by 9 inch brown, blank journal his father gave him. Now he opens his journal and begins to share the wisdom and writings of the times. Read, practice and enjoy these LeadersTips from the little brown journal...

4 thoughts on “Hello world!

  1. Gary

    Good luck on this new endeavor. I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of working with a lot of high quality individuals over the years and you rank right up there with the best. I have always admired your positive, upbeat, can do attitude and enthusiasm. Hope all is well and I look forward to catching up personally again some time soon.

    All the best,

    Joe

    1. Joe – great to have your encouragement. You are one of the great leaders I will be speaking of about drive, dedication and integrity. I appreciate the follow. Wink.

  2. Gary
    I am looking forward to following you in this wonderful endeavor to share wisedom gained and lessons in leadership.

    Karen

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