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Are you ready to get momentum? (Productivity Through Technology)

Some of you know me as the “Productivity” guy. But, what you might NOT know – or only heard about – is that I’m just as likely to be “UNproductive” as I am likely to get a BUNCH done. But, before I get in to all of that… If we haven’t talked voice-to-voice yet, “Happy

4 Ways to Improve Meetings

Happy New Year! Over the past 72 hours, I’ve tracked more than 3 dozen articles on blogs, in magazines, and on the front page of newspapers touting, “### Ways to Achieve Your Goals in 2016!” Well, here’s what I know: You will or will NOT succeed based on ONE LEADERSHIP SKILL: How You Manage Meetings. That

The Form That Changed My Meetings (for the Better)

CLICK HERE  to download a sample MEETING agenda that I’ve used for more than 2 years… A Form That Changed My Meetings (for the Better) If you’re a leader in a large company, if you own a small business, if you are a volunteer in a non-profit organization, you attend meetings. Meetings may be among American

Who IS the kind of person to join Get Momentum?

There are 5 questions I hope you’ll ask yourself today: Do you need to control your overwhelming projects list – in your life AND career? Do you wonder what you might be missing, that other successful people already know? Do you need clarity and focus in my life? Is it time for a “Productivity Makeover”

Are you a responsible leader?

Efficient, Effective, Engaged, Empowering… One of the (many) responsibilities of an effective leader is to “sense” when people around them are feeling (or acting) dis-empowered. It’s not always easy, in the day-to-day busy-ness of life, and the incredible pressures of managing life, to take the time to “listen intuitively” to notice whether or not people

Focus is easy for some, hard for others.

During July this summer, Jodi and I coached Get Momentum members around the world in the leadership skill called #resilience … for 31 days, every member put their focus on what it means to try, get knocked down, get back up, and try again. One night I looked at the bookcase behind me in the office,

Want to know the next 3 Get Momentum Leadership Academy themes?

Since January 1st, about 4,968 hours have passed. Between today and the end of the year, there are about 3,768 hours left. I dare you to ask yourself the four questions below. Do you lead challenging discussions at work? Are you balancing large work projects and big life goals? Do you influence the leadership track of

“Wow, you’re really disciplined.”

At mile 47 of our 53-mile ride on June 22nd (80% of which was uphill), I had some serious momentum. As I passed a guy riding a Specialized bicycle, he made a comment about my calves. (Yeah, I know, weird…) Well, I slowed down enough to ride side-by-side with him and said, “Every morning in

That feeling of Momentum

Ah, that feeling of momentum. You know, when you get an idea, implement it, and it works! You get that blog post or chapter written. A customer leaves a raving review of your service online. The manufacturer you’re working with gets you what you need on time AND on budget. Isn’t that great? We’ve just

Your Four Limited Resources and How To Maximize Them

When I first meet my clients, they often complain that they “do not have enough time to complete all their tasks”. It’s True: You DON’T Have Enough Time But what I ask them – and you – to remember is that there are FOUR resources that you have to manage, each one affects your productivity.

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