What criteria do you use to make good decisions in your career?
Do you look at how much money you will make and go with the company that offers you the most compensation? Do you look at the title you're being offered and commit to the company that offers you the most prestigious position, or do you look at the character and quality of the people you will be working with and pass up money and titles, in an effort to develop a quality product working with quality people?
Welcome to another edition of Sustainable Excellence Xtras! These periodic videos will tie into the principles I have outlined in my book, Sustainable Excellence, Ten Principles To Leading Your Uncommon and Extraordinary Life.
In this video, we hear about the life of Fay Vincent, who at age 40, and being a mid-level lawyer for the Securities and Exchange Commission, was offered the position of CEO of troubled Columbia Pictures. What made Vincent take this position and where did that eventually lead him? Watch the video and find out.
Please leave me a comment below about what criteria you use when making important life decisions.
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Terry is a sought after speaker who believes in the power of a story to motivate, inspire, and help others lead their uncommon and extraordinary lives. By combining his eleven-year cancer journey with his diverse business, athletic coaching, and hostage negotiating expertise, he delivers compelling yet relatable presentations for conferences, on-line events, panels, meetings, and seminars.