Being An Unconditional Performer

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Many people can have a good day after a good night’s sleep or if they’re feeling 100 percent. That’s called being a “conditional performer.” On this week’s episode of Hard Truths, Dave Anderson talks about being an “unconditional performer,” meaning that you can bring it regardless of the situation you’re in.

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Dave is president of Dave Anderson's LearnToLead, an international sales and leadership training and consulting company. Prior to beginning LearnToLead, Dave enjoyed an extensive and successful career in the automotive retail industry. Dave has given over 2,000 workshops and speeches over the past two decades on sales and leadership development and has spoken in seventeen countries. Dave is author of fourteen books, including the TKO Business Series, Up Your Business, If You Don't Make Waves You'll Drown, How to Run Your Business by THE BOOK, How to Lead by THE BOOK, and It's Not Rocket Science. His latest is Unstoppable: Transforming Your Mindset to Create Change, Accelerate Results, and Be the Best at What You Do. He authors a monthly leadership column for two national magazines and his interviews and articles have appeared in hundreds of publications including: The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily and US News & World Report. He was a featured speaker at the NADA Convention for ten straight years and is a frequent panelist on MSNBC's Your Business show. Dave, along with his wife Rhonda, is the co-founder of the Matthew 25:35 Foundation, whose mission is to bring food, housing, clothing, healing, and Christ to under-resourced and imprisoned people worldwide.

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  1. Great video – first Dave Anderson stuff I have watched. Excellent guidance – many thanks.
    Really enjoyed this one saying it as it is. Great advice.

  2. Thanks for your enthusiasm and support Stewart. We’re glad you enjoyed Dave’s video, and hope it helps you and those you influence deliver more unstoppable and unconditional performance! For additional resources from Dave that share more of his famous “no-nonsense” principles, visit us at http://learntolead.com/. Be unstoppable!

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