A #leadership, #perseverance & #determination lesson from #Walmart founder Sam Walton taught by@Orrin Woodward

Orrin Woodward discusses how Sam Walton was so successful at turning his dreams into reality because he was one of those people who hated to lose. “A person either hates losing enough to change (and, therefore, win), or he hates change enough to lose. Those who hate to lose never use losing as an excuse to give up,” he said.

Sam Walton’s story is one of perseverance and determination. He never even dreamed of giving up through all kinds of adversity. He set the standard high and led by example, relentlessly tracking the scoreboard and making whatever changes were necessary to succeed. And he expected and encouraged others on his team to follow in his footsteps and achieve greatness.

Be like Sam Walton and refuse to accept defeat. Go with your gut, keep your own score, and WIN!

Published by Roosevelt

Roosevelt JF is a Global Leadership Fulbright Research Scholar from Florida Atlantic University (FAU) where he taught Haitian Studies as an Adjunct Instructor (2005-2010). Roosevelt was also a senior admissions adviser at Kaplan University. Roosevelt JF is the President of The JF TEAM, INC; a full media marketing and business development consulting firm based in Fort-Lauderdale, FL. He is a sought out radio and TV business show host. He is also a guest for several mainstream medias including NPR, the Miami Herald and Newsweek. He also leads the Center for Communication of AIDS, a network of journalists committed against AIDS in Haiti and South Florida. He speaks fluently Creole, English, French and Spanish. He is the author Of "Leadership sur le vif: Des idées pour le changement et la création de richesse en Haïti".

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