In this episode, Jason Hoover and Mike Harbour discuss 3 key ideas to create, keep and take advantage of momentum in your life, or regain it if and when it begins to turn against you! Jason and Mike share insight from their own experiences of achieving at high levels to help you not fall on the wrong side of the momentum train.
Out of all the things capable of destroying your momentum and keeping you from success, excuses rate among the highest. You can overcome the need to create excuses by keeping moving in the right direction. Even the smallest actions toward achieving your goal can keep the excuses at a minimum and the momentum moving along.
Toku McCree is a guy that is passionate and driven to help unconventional and successful leaders create something that impresses more than their friends and fans. He is an executive coach who doesn’t necessarily look the part either. Instead he has a very diverse background of experiences which consists of over 30 jobs ranging from a rock band roadie to a preschool teach to even doing marketing for a Zen Monastery. Through his unique experiences and wisdom, he challenges his clients ways of thinking about their own lives and businesses like no one else can.
In business, “action = momentum” and momentum in business is essential for success. When you take actions to make your business or personal life successful, your ideas will soar to new heights and success will be plainly within reach.
As you know, business success doesn’t just happen by luck. It takes hard work, determination, and a lot of perseverance to make it come alive. And one key feature of a well organized and managed company of any magnitude, is the design and implementation of Success Systems.
It’s no secret that one of the greatest ways to advance your career is by surrounding yourself with many other like-minded people that are driven to succeed. This means getting out and building relationships. But another fantastic way (especially for those that don’t enjoy networking), is by joining a well designed Mastermind Group.
You have probably heard the saying that “knowledge is power.” However, in reality it is not the accumulation and retention of knowledge that provides a person the power. The true power lies within the action of implementing that wisdom. You see, one has to move that knowledge from information into implementation if they desire change.
When running a website, there are many things to consider. One of the most important and foundational is deciding on which company you want to use for hosting. I have tried many over the years and just recently switched over to WP Engine. I think I may be in love.
Today while social networking dominates our culture, there is still great value for in person, face-to-face networking. However, to get the best out of your efforts, I want to share with you some quick tips before your next networking opportunity.
Do you set goals? I’m sure you do and I’m sure you have heard all the reasons under the sun of why and how you should set them. So today I just want to quickly share with you what one guide I use that has given me the greatest success. And that is by setting…