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February 28, 2017

4 Examples of Everyday Leadership in Action – Part II

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“I’m here to become a better father, husband, and leader.”

Today we are continuing the conversation from 4 Examples of Everyday Leadership in Action on how leaders are dealing with setting direction, focus, task saturation and stress in business and leadership every day.  We have three VERY special guests on the show today. Our clients and friends are giving their perspective as CEOs, Presidents, and entrepreneurs on walking out next-level leadership.

This episode is all about our clients who have been with us for years, giving you the unscripted answers and stories on how they’re leading their team members to success. We dive into:

  • How they have solved task saturation in their leadership roles
  • Shot gun approach vs. focus in leadership
  • How to finish what you start as a team
  • Mental, physical, and spiritual health as a leader
  • How to manage overwhelm

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January 24, 2017

The 3 Skills Successful Entrepreneurs Share

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“The three skills entrepreneurs and leader need to master: productivity, discipline, and focus.”

Serving entrepreneurs with free, valuable and consistent content. When I hear these words, I think of my friend John Lee Dumas, host of the EOFire podcast. John is on the podcast and today we’re talking about what makes entrepreneurs and leaders successful… what sets them apart.

In this episode we walk through how to get to success through mastering productivity, discipline, and focus. Here’s what you’ll discover:

  • The Pomodoro technique
  • “How to win tomorrow, today”
  • The importance of having a vision for your time to utilize it
  • What’s in the Mastery Journal for you
  • A framework for new habits that WILL work
  • How to get an accountability partner that won’t let you fail
  • Masters in Training

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October 29, 2013

What’s Killing Your Creativity [Podcast]

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Creativity and focus come from having a clear mind…and your desk! If you are in need of a mental refresh, listen to today’s Coffee With Chris podcast!

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When your office is a mess, whether it’s paperwork scattered across your desk or unanswered emails junking up the inbox, your subconscious is cluttered. Here’s what I want you to do:

  • Tell your staff or co-workers you’re going to clean your office.
  • Pick a Saturday to actually clean your office and go through everything.
  • When you find something you need to be working on, put it in a place where you’ll get to it immediately.
  •  When you find something you don’t need to be working on, delegate it.
  • When you find something irrelevant, throw it away. Get it out of your brain and your subsconcious.

Once you’ve done this and see how effective it is, have your team do it as well!

Question: How has cleaning your office effected your productivity, focus or creativity?