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Do You Debate? Journey and Destination (like Peanut Butter and Jelly – or Chocolate!)

Recently, a student at Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, in Montgomery, AL sent me an email asking about balancing the “journey” with the “destinations.” He shared that he’s got a lot to juggle, and he’s always thinking about working on the “right things.” Do you relate to that feeling inside of being REALLY BUSY,

How different? (Do you want things to be?)

Do you have an executive coach? 19 years ago, someone to help me because it just wasn’t working. Just 12 years ago, I took what I’d learned and started sering leaders as a “voice of reason” and someone who “looks at things differently!” Today, I talked with one of my clients 1:1 and after our

Could a single question change everything?

It was October, 1995 and I was a first-year Graduate Student, at the University of California. At the end of one especially difficult day, I asked for a meeting with a mentor. For about an hour, I explained how hard it was, how challenging the program was, how I might be re-thinking my career choice…

The (*Lost) Art of Letter Writing

Write a letter. Just about everything I do begins as an idea in a notebook. Or on a white board. And, every now and then, on a restaurant napkin (hopefully, a paper napkin!). This gives me the chance to write a “rough, rough draft,” knowing that if I really do ultimately write that letter that

Cómo Hacer Una Brújula Con Papel Y Lápiz

¿Sabes qué cosas quieres lograr hoy? ¿Esta semana? ¿De aquí a un año? Parte de mi trabajo consiste en charlas con emprendedores y ejecutivos que tienen diferentes grados de reconocimiento de sus metas.  Algunas personas prefieren tomar las oportunidades a medida que estas se presentan, mientras que otros eligen tener un plan detallado de lo

¿Qué Tipo De Carrera Estás Corriendo?

Estás buscando maneras de lograr más, de trabajar más inteligentemente. Pero, ¿qué significa exactamente esta palabra para ti? Te pido que consideres conscientemente esta pregunta mientras continúas leyendo para descubrir una manera de lograr más trabajando de forma más eficiente. Existen tres elementos clave que te ayudarán a asegurarte de que los cambios que estás

The FIRST ‘Momentum’ Question

Every day we welcome new members to the Get Momentum Leadership Academy, we celebrate the commitment made and we acknowledge the work to be done. 15 New Get Momentum Members Often, organizations commit the resources necessary to support entire groups of leaders who enroll in the program. This week, Associate Professors from Samford University have

What Makes a High Performing Team?

Are you on a team? Are you a team player? We coach leaders throughout the world at Get Momentum to practice specific skills such as: Build and Be a Part of High Performing Teams This month (August), managers and leaders around the world will spend anywhere from 2-6 hours learning to become a better team leader…and

One Size (Thinking) Doesn’t Fit All

Last week I spoke to two groups of managers in Seattle, Washington about the topic: “Optimize Your Time and Focus to Get Momentum.” My intention was to demonstrate how important it is to think differently and plan out the different “sizes” of projects to start and changes to make. When I coach leaders to achieve

A simple practice will help your teams get things done

As a manager, a leader or an individual contributor, you’ve got to become more EFFECTIVE and PRODUCTIVE to build a high performing team. If you want to do that: Learn Emotional Intelligence. For just ONE HOUR a week (Monday, August 7th and Monday, August 14th), Get Momentum member Stephen Collins (living in Canberra, Australia) will

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