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How “good” are your routines?

How to do what you’re doing every day…better?

Well everyone, today’s podcast episode uncovers TWO of the routines I’ve practiced for more than a decade. Both of these help me take better care of myself; and, I’ve found the better care I take of myself, the more available I am to care for – and be there for – others..

In this episode, you’ll also learn…

  • Why Jason is in Camden, Maine. 
  • What he will send you if you email him sometime today! 
  • How your Priorities are connected to your Habits. 
  • And, how Habits are supported by Routines. 
  • Oh, and, you’ll hear how episodes 173, 174 and 175 all connect!

If you leave a comment below – a question, an idea, a prompt – one of us will get back to you right away.
You know how thankful we are, right? We love doing this podcast for you; hope you love it too!

Study your routines, you’ll build new habits.

I promise!!

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In 2014, I’ve sat down with more than 60 Managing Directors, Senior Partners and VPs in what we call “Better Discussions.” The point of these conversations is to come up with an inventory of 1-2 things they want to “Do better” or “Be better at” and look at an Individual Development Plan as they move

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Want to make a new a habit?

There is one thing you can do, starting today!

Today, you’re going to start a process that will teach you how to build a new habit.

In this episode, you’ll also learn…

  • Where Jason is, and what’s happening tomorrow (October 18th) in New York City
  • How to focus on your Most Important Things – MITs
  • How the Your Best Just Got Better Podcast was started because a “family friend” thought it was a good idea
  • Once you know one of your MITs is really important (really) here’s what to do about it
  • Jason shares an activity that he PROMISES will start your change toward better

Please listen to the podcast now, oh, and share your thoughts in the comments section below…

Thank you for being part of the Your Best Just Got Better and Get Momentum communities!

Start a new #habit … Today!

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Since 1997, I’ve looked to learn by getting away from it all…So I can come back to more. Where Do You Do What You Do? When asked, “Why are you on the road so much?” I reply, “I go to learn, I go to experience, I go to see new things.” I can work on

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Would your life be better if you focused on Most Important Things and prioritized those MITs more effectively?

The answer is (of course)… Absolutely!

This week, Jason shares a story and some insight about how we think, how we work, and how we can “Discipline” ourselves to Make Better Choices at work and in life.

In this episode, you’ll also learn…

  • Where Jason has been, and where he’s going
  • How to decrease stress, anxiety, and complexity and lead life focused on your MITs
  • IF you’re on the road, Jason can share some smart “travel hacks” for making your trips easy, fun, and hassle-free
  • In a way, your brand is made up of/by/from: Who you spend time with, What you do, and How you do it
  • Jason shares a big insight he’s had about “Discipline” so you set yourself up for success more easily

Check it out now and share your thoughts in the comments section below…

Enjoy and thank you for being part of the Your Best Just Got Better and Get Momentum communities!

Make today #Better…

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Last month over at GetMomentum.co we addressed the topic of “Perseverance” and how effective leaders need to be able to go through the tough times…especially when they are tough.

As you look around your work and your world, pick one goal that you know you’d like to achieve, and clearly state what the experience will be when you get there.

I know of 4 productivity tactics that will give you the super-power you will need when the times get tough. However, you know me…and I’m only going to focus on ONE of these tactics each week. That way, you don’t feel overwhelmed, and you can test the information I share with you bit-by-bit…or, as my writing teacher Anne Lamott said, “Write that book bird-by-bird…”

Ok, so here are the four ways to persevere – again, I’m only going to talk to you about one a week…

This week’s tactic: Clarify your vision of what “There” looks like 

The other three are:

  1. Build a team of peers who support you
  2. Reflect – daily – on your wins
  3. Focus, Focus, Focus on what you’re about to do next

During the last “member’s-only” town hall at Get Momentum, we asked, “What gets in your way of achieving on your most important goals?” From around the world, they told us:

  • I have too many priorities
  • I’m too distracted at my desk
  • There are competing intentions from management

Does any of that sound familiar?

You see… I’m a student of leadership, and I look for the qualities in and of those around me who demonstrate leadership. I’m also a historian – so, I look to the past for anchors, examples of times past, that I can look to for advice and the occasional bit of inspiration… Here’s one from a long-time-ago American President, John Quincy Adams…

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”

Want to know how to persevere through tough times? I have a writing tactic for you and here it is…take out 4 note-sized cards, and on each one write down one of those “mores.” Here they are again:

  • Dream more
  • Learn more
  • Do more
  • Become more

Then, every day for the next 5 days add ONE item to each card representing where you see yourself – your vision – 36 months from now. On day 6 – if you do this 5 days in a row – call me, and we’ll talk about your vision and I’ll coach you with the one best tools I know of, to make a vision…a reality.

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When you redirect your focus toward what you want, your perspective changes. Clearly state what you want, and increase the “signal” of information to achieve the goal.

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