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By D. A. Benton

A advisor on what it takes to behave like, and turn into, a CEO. Drawing on her personal stories and interviews with a hundred CEOs, the writer identifies eleven principles bold managers have to stick to and exhibits how winning CEOs follow these ideas daily and what occurs once they holiday them.

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Again, and again, and again, as necessary? “I remember a guy I counted on who was corrupt. I can still see him as he drove out of town in a yellow Porsche owing $90,000 in unpaid bills that I had to pay,” says one CEO. ” Terry Bradshaw asked John Elway, former quarterback for the Denver Broncos, if he learned more from his losses or his wins. ” We know that but it still is miserable while it’s happening. “I had set up a $48 million contract with Moscow. It was 2 years of effort, building trust and getting to know the right people.

Even if you think that kind of thing you’re not supposed to tell people,” says Sol. ” Many times people will think the visionary person is crazy. ) Many times in recent history the person who was thought of as crazy ended up with a great piece of work and a lot of money. “I always think outside the box. I always look at how can it be done versus can’t be done. I can be a little dangerous. I need someone to rein me in occasionally without squelching my creativity,” says Christine Nazarenus, CEO of e-catalyst, inc.

Think of someone whose vision has impacted your life. The colleague who chose to take the road less traveled because of unknown possibilities. That special teacher who encouraged you to reach for your dreams. Or maybe your parents, who believed you could do anything. That’s vision. ” The “dream” gets turned into the company mission, a direction, a massive goal, or the annual objectives—whatever you choose to call it. If you haven’t already started being visionary, start now. You don’t “get it” once you become CEO.

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