Pete's Points

Pete's Points

Daily Two Minute Leadership and Business Strategies for the Busy Supervisor, Manager, or CEO from Pete Blank. Pete has been a TV Sportscaster, Disney University Leader, and Training and Development Manager.

Episodes

September 30, 2023 2 mins

Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
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Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
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Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
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Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
Mark as Played

Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
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Pete Blank believes that there are six leadership traits that all leaders should exemplify on a regular basis.  If not, you might be a "loser" instead of a leader.  Failing to do any of these traits could push you into the "loser" category, and that would be bad.

The six traits that move leaders into losers would be those leaders who have...

  1. No Sense of Humor
  2. No Accountability
  3. No Follow-Through
  4. No Vision
  5. No Self-Awareness
  6. No Se...
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Sundays are for Leadership Lessons from Jesus.  Today, Pete Blank shares a message from Matthew 6:14-15 around forgiveness.

14 For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.

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Saturdays are for Pick Up the Roach!  Today's topic is Word Up! - Leaders Own Every Message.  Pete Blank shares how this is true for messages such as T-shirts and bumper stickers.

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Former Disney University Leader Pete Blank shares lessons from his newest book titled 55 Ways to Add Disney Magic to your Organization.  This week, Pete covers three chapters from "The Magic of the Employees" section and then continues with two chapters from "The Magic of the Customers' section.

26.   Showcase your Employee Success Stories

27.   Create a Fun Work Environment

28.   Choose to be Engaged rather than Disengaged

29.   M...

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Former Disney University Leader Pete Blank shares lessons from his newest book titled 55 Ways to Add Disney Magic to your Organization.  This week, Pete covers three chapters from "The Magic of the Employees" section and then continues with two chapters from "The Magic of the Customers' section.

26.   Showcase your Employee Success Stories

27.   Create a Fun Work Environment

28.   Choose to be Engaged rather than Disengaged

29.   M...

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Former Disney University Leader Pete Blank shares lessons from his newest book titled 55 Ways to Add Disney Magic to your Organization.  This week, Pete covers three chapters from "The Magic of the Employees" section and then continues with two chapters from "The Magic of the Customers' section.

26.   Showcase your Employee Success Stories

27.   Create a Fun Work Environment

28.   Choose to be Engaged rather than Disengaged

29.   M...

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Former Disney University Leader Pete Blank shares lessons from his newest book titled 55 Ways to Add Disney Magic to your Organization.  This week, Pete covers three chapters from "The Magic of the Employees" section and then continues with two chapters from "The Magic of the Customers' section.

26.   Showcase your Employee Success Stories

27.   Create a Fun Work Environment

28.   Choose to be Engaged rather than Disengaged

29.   M...

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Former Disney University Leader Pete Blank shares lessons from his newest book titled 55 Ways to Add Disney Magic to your Organization.  This week, Pete covers three chapters from "The Magic of the Employees" section and then continues with two chapters from "The Magic of the Customers' section.

26.   Showcase your Employee Success Stories

27.   Create a Fun Work Environment

28.   Choose to be Engaged rather than Disengaged

29.   M...

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Sundays are for Leadership Lessons from Jesus.  Today, Pete Blank shares a message about giving and giving in secret from Matthew 6:1-4.

6 “Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.

2 “So when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets,...

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Have you ever said "I've never noticed that before." If so, you are wearing blinders and need to "pick up" the roach.

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We make hundreds of decisions each day, beginning from when we wake up and continuing to right when we go to bed.  No wonder we all may suffer from "decision-making fatigue."  Pete Blank shares five tips on how to minimize this.

  • Plan meetings in morning or right after lunch
  • Make important decisions first
  • Remove distractions
  • Make daily routines
  • Take breaks with glucose
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We make hundreds of decisions each day, beginning from when we wake up and continuing to right when we go to bed.  No wonder we all may suffer from "decision-making fatigue."  Pete Blank shares five tips on how to minimize this.

  • Plan meetings in morning or right after lunch
  • Make important decisions first
  • Remove distractions
  • Make daily routines
  • Take breaks with glucose
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We make hundreds of decisions each day, beginning from when we wake up and continuing to right when we go to bed.  No wonder we all may suffer from "decision-making fatigue."  Pete Blank shares five tips on how to minimize this.

  • Plan meetings in morning or right after lunch
  • Make important decisions first
  • Remove distractions
  • Make daily routines
  • Take breaks with glucose
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We make hundreds of decisions each day, beginning from when we wake up and continuing to right when we go to bed.  No wonder we all may suffer from "decision-making fatigue."  Pete Blank shares five tips on how to minimize this.

  • Plan meetings in morning or right after lunch
  • Make important decisions first
  • Remove distractions
  • Make daily routines
  • Take breaks with glucose
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We make hundreds of decisions each day, beginning from when we wake up and continuing to right when we go to bed.  No wonder we all may suffer from "decision-making fatigue."  Pete Blank shares five tips on how to minimize this.

  • Plan meetings in morning or right after lunch
  • Make important decisions first
  • Remove distractions
  • Make daily routines
  • Take breaks with glucose
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