- Championship leaders are people you want to follow.
- They walk the walk, they don’t just talk about it.
- You can’t just have the vision, you need to have the courage to make the moves.
- At the end of the day, if you get outflanked, you’ll ultimately lose.
- Make a stand for what you believe in, even if it’s not easy.
- You need to be someone people want to emulate, both at work and at home.
- It has to be good for the other side first, and then see if it works for you.
- Ask what THEY want. Make a deal that works for them.
- Live in seasons, map it out, and take steps in the direction you want to go.
- Delegate a lot more so you can do more things instead of getting caught up in the day-to-day.
- If you become the person that asks the questions and listen, you will find the right opportunities.
“A leader with no followers is only out for a walk”
“Championship leader have visions that others can’t see.”
“Everyone shows their love in different ways.”
“There is no such thing as business ethics, there are just ethics.”
“The ‘win-win’ deal is real.”
“Does it work for you?”
“Put others first.”
“Be open, ask, listen, and be ready to receive.”
More On Spencer Kimball:
Spencer is an Experienced Entrepreneur with success operating both franchises and independent businesses.
He joined the EXIT Realty franchise in 2003, and opened a franchise in Cedartown, Georgia. The business quickly became one of the top brokerages in the area.
He set multiple franchise sales records and was subsequently granted the rights to Nevada and Wyoming. By the end of 2007, EXIT Realty Mountain West had more than 900 real estate agents.
Spencer then became President of Alexandria Yellow Cab, Inc. and quickly acquired multiple additional transportation companies which still employ a team of over 50 employees and 800 independent contractors.
From 2014-2018, he oversaw the sales team that spread the iCabbi software into 20,000+ vehicles across the US and Canada. In 2018, iCabbi was acquired by Renault Nissan.
He is a proud graduate of Southern Virginia University class of 2001, where he was a two time Small College All-American basketball player and was the first player in program history to have his jersey retired.
In 2013 he graduated from the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership.
Spencer currently lives in Fairfax Station, VA with his wife Nancy and their three children.
Connect with Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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