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Early on this Friday morning, we’re kicking off the first full day of the Annual Ojai Leadership Retreat! But first, you’re getting the early morning cast, as always.

In this week’s episode, I discuss the idea of… “How do you get going?…especially if you’re stalled out?”

Special guest, Geoff Welch also joins me to discuss this topic.

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Prompts that make me think about productivity seem to come out of anywhere…This one is from a scene – one quote, really – from the movie: The Bourne Ultimatum. Early in the movie, Jason Bourne is being chased by Russian police officers. When Bourne turns the tables on one of his pursuants, the officer says,

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With just days before the iPhone 6 announcement, I found myself “first in line” and signing books at the Apple store in New York City.

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In this week’s episode, I discuss why teams go weird, why people go off course when working on a project, and lastly, I discuss some solid ideas about how you can enhance and build up your team over the next couple weeks.

One of the reasons that projects go weird is that there is an inability to see the world through someone else’s lens.

Also, what’s a rookie move in the workplace? Recognizing the flaws and what didn’t go right.
What about the veteran move? Looking around your world and recognizing that your mission is being moved forward.

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Over the next year, you’ll be were you are based on the people you’re spending time with…

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What gives extremely successful people the right to do what it took to get them to the level that they’re at; turn around, and tell us not to do the things that got them to that level of success?

Look at people like Arianna Huffington, who tells the story about a time in her life when she was not getting enough sleep. There are many articles about it, including this one from The Atlantic (that I quote in the episode) and this TED Talk (by the way, are you looking for more TED Talks? Check this out).

Years down the road, when you think to yourself… where you want to be, what you want to have done, and where you’ll want to have gone; it might actually demand that you get MORE sleep, and you get LESS done. This means… to be as maximally productive as possible, you may need to get less done.

Do you want to know how to sleep better at night? You have to figure out what productivity means to you. What will success look, sound, and feel like to you?

Links discussed in this episode: Arianna Huffington Article that I quoted: The Atlantic Your Best Just Got Better Subscribe to the Podcast in iTunes: http://www.wmck.co/thebetterpodcast

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Learn the language of technology to become more productive (save time) every day; become byte-lingual. How would you rate your overall “fluency” with your technology and tools? You use your email system and SMART phone every day; what would the impact be if you learned one new productivity feature each week for a year? Three Ways

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First off, thank you so much for listening to this episode of the Your Best Just Got Better podcast, and the other 165 episodes! If this is the first episode you’ve ever listened to, welcome! You can listen to all previous 165 episodes and be one of the first to hear the new episode each Friday morning by subscribing in iTunes or searching for “Your Best Just Got Better” in any podcast app!
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This episode is inspired by Bruce Lee, an incredible teacher and mentor who helped me to change my focus and ultimately change my life. His focus on living life at the pinnacle of developed potential truly stands out. However, there are a lot of people who you’ll come into contact with who do not want to live their life at the pinnacle of human potential. Bruce & Brandon

Within your work life and personal life, it is important to prepare yourself for future opportunities so that when an opportunity does present itself, you are equipped to take it on!

Have a great Friday!

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Are you an influential leader? What causes a person to think of herself or himself as a “leader?” It’s a question I got to ask Frances Hesselbein. Look out at the community you live and work in and identify those brave enough to stand up and say, “I am a leader.” This month, Get Momentum

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You know those days that go “Productively Weird?” A meeting you’ve looked forward to gets cancelled. You feel stressed out and stuck. You don’t have the motivation you know you need. When you’re out of it, do you know how to get back? How Do You Know If It Matters? It’s important to stay balanced

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4 Secrets Effective People Know About “Asking Powerful Questions.”

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