We all know what those letters stand for.
But...I want you to hit pause for a moment.
Look at what must come first if you truly want to be a valuable leader,
to those who have been entrusted to you.
Mental. Verbal. Physical.
Stop trying to be the hero, the most valuable, and the most talked about individual. Do the hard work of being Mentally prepared, Verbally articulate, and Physically under control. Do that well and you won't have to convince anyone to follow you as a leader...you'll look around and find you simply are one.
"Most Valuable Player".
It's an individual honor that is never about the person themselves,
but rather how well they've built up those around them.
It's the difference between being a leader of influence,
or someone who needs to be seen as the authority.
Leaders of influence create teams that make a difference in the world around them.
That is what it means to be an MVP.
From the desk of our founder, Brett W. Gould.
Brett W. Gould