What successful people do

April 5, 2017 — Leave a comment

The John Maxwell Team faculty. My Mentors. From left to right: Christian Simpson, Ed DeCosta, Chris Robinson, Paul Martinelli, Roddy Galbraith and Mark Cole

Mr. John C. Maxwell

I sent out a post on my social media a couple weeks ago, while at the International Maxwell Certification. I shared how excited and proud I was to get my picture taken with John Maxwell and The John Maxwell Team Faculty and being a part of this world-class team. And a few of you encouraged me to share the photos. So here they are!

I included one with author and speaker, Seth Godin, who was a guest speaker at the event.

Seth Godin

As a member of the John Maxwell Team, I have grown more in my leadership and personal development in the last four and a half years, than I have in the previous ten.

Being a part of this community of people, dedicated to becoming the best they can be and to helping others to do the same thing has been invaluable.

It has benefitted and is reflected in all areas of my life including my relationships, my leadership, as an insurance agent and business owner, and in my spiritual and physical walk.

If you would like to consider joining this great team, reach out to me and I’ll be glad to discuss it with you.

At the least, I encourage you to have a mentor in your life and to be a mentor to somebody else and to be a part of a community in pursuit of their best.

That’s what successful people do.

Robin Lewis

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I buy into and have been a student of leadership for over 30 years. I am the president and Principal Agent of Robin Lewis Insurance, a full service Independent Insurance Agency. I'm also a member of the John Maxwell Team My passion is for life-long personal growth and to help others to do the same. Your comments are encouraged and welcomed here anytime!

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