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What it means to be a leader
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Overcoming Your Fears
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October 25, 2017
H. James Dallas
“No” is just a moment in time.
I asked my wife out 5 times before she said yes. We have now been together for 39 years, married 36 of them.
I got a 12 (yes, a 12) on my first college test and went on to become an academic All-American and a 3.7 GPA in accounting.
I got kicked off my first college basketball team and went on to become MVP, captain and an all-conference player on my second team.
I got demoted at work and went on to become CIO of two Fortune 500 companies.
I went from struggling to write a paragraph to writing an award-winning book.
When things don’t go well for me in the beginning, I know I’m on to something big!
James Dallas is the author of Mastering the Challenges of Leading Change: Inspire the People and Succeed Where Others Fail and an accomplished senior executive. As president of James Dallas & Associates, he consults with and speaks to companies and organizations about managing change. He has been named one of the most powerful black men in corporate America several times in his career by Black Enterprise and Savoy magazines.