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At TUMU Group we are like an eagle. All our companies are inspired by the special characteristics of the not so sung hero, the eagle. More .. The eagle has many major leadership characteristics : Fearless – An eagle has absolutely no fear of its prey, no matter what the size..

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At TUMU Group we are like an eagle.  All our companies are inspired by these special characteristics of the not so sung hero, the eagle. The eagle has the following major leadership characteristics:

  1. Fearless – An eagle has absolutely no fear of its prey, no matter what the size.   It’s like being a parent and seeing an attacker coming towards your child.  No matter what the size of that person or what weapon they maybe holding, you would attack them without thought or regard for yourself.  It wouldn’t even dawn on you to be afraid because your instinct is to protect that which you love and cherish. We don’t fear investing in sectors and areas that others fear to serve. Our interest is to serve humanity. Well, that child is our your vision, your dreams, our  legacy and that attacker is the human emotion of fear. We have to be  fearless and attack fear; no matter how large it is before it attacks  human race in form of under development.
  2. Tenacious – An eagle looks for and flies into storms.  As storms approach, lesser birds head for cover, but the eagle spreads its wings and mounts upon the powerful winds, soaring to great heights. Eagles actually use the storm to lift them.  Market leaders use storms (challenges); we don’t run from them. To market leaders, storms are tools used for development. 
  3. Nurturing – The eagle is known for its ferociousness, yet no member of the bird family is more gentle and attentive to its young.  At a tender age, the mother eagle begins to teach her eaglets how to fly.  She gathers an eaglet onto her back, and spreading her wings, flies high.  Suddenly she swoops out from under the eaglet and allows it to fall.  As it falls, it gradually learns what its wings are for until the mother catches it once again.  The process is repeated.  If the young is slow to learn or cowardly, she returns it to the nest, and begins to tear it apart, until there is nothing left for the eaglet to cling to.  Then she nudges him off the cliff.  This is what we aplly to all our staff across the board to offer professional services. We pick them from local communities where we operate, and orient them to our Vision and they offer great service to our intended customers.
  4. High-flier – Eagles can fly up to an altitude of 10,000 feet, but they are able to swiftly land on the ground. The descending glide of an eagle can be anywhere from 50-75+ mph.  Here’s the point,market  leaders are down to earth.  You maybe the top dog in your sector, but you must be able to touch people, so you have to know how to fly back down to earth swiftly.  You must be relatable.  This is exemplified by our attitude towards our patients at one of group member-TUMU Hospital.
  5. Eagles Never Eat Dead Meat – You will never see an eagle eating meat that it did not kill. An eagle is not a scavenger.  It hunts for and kills its own food.  It hunts for the prey while it’s warm and alive.  In our investment philosophy, we don’t just copy and paste what others have done. We always invest where we can make a mark. Our staff don’t just sit and wait for you to serve you, we look for you and identify your problem and solve it .As a group we go to where the action is..
  6. Vitality – An eagle is full of life and has the power to endure.  By the time the eagle reaches about 30 yrs. old, life gets hard.  Its physical condition has deteriorated to the point where survival is difficult:  its talons lose flexibility and can’t properly grip their prey, its beak becomes dull and bent, its wing feathers get heavy and dull which impairs flight ability, but does the eagle cry woe is me, curl up in a ball and die.  Absolutely Not!
    The eagle retreats to a mountaintop and over a five month period goes through a metamorphosis.  It knocks off its own beak by banging it against a rock, plucks out its talons and then feathers.  Each stage produces a regrowth of the removed body parts, allowing the eagle to live for another 30 – 40 years.   No wonder the Bible talks about God renewing our youth like the eagle’s.
    As a group, we normally evaluate our achievements, and failures and turn our failures into opportunities of serving humanity better. We  renew our staff  through personal development and constant learning.
  7. Vision – Eagles have a keen vision.  Their eyes are specially designed for long distance focus and clarity.  They can spot another eagle soaring from 50 miles away.  Just like the eagle, TUMU Group has a Group Vision of making a difference in humanity where ever we operate. Our vision for the Hospital is “Serving God’s people above self.”, Our guiding vision for the TUMU Consulting is “ Delivering results” where others promise, these two match with our overall vision of serving humanity which is a vision for the rest of our member group. All our staff are driven by these visions and that’s why service is more important in our group than the returns. I hope you guys have been enlightened as I was by gleaning from the leadership characteristics of the eagle.  If you develop and use them, your network marketing business will grow and soar to great heights.
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