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15 Minutes to Greatness Part 2: The Psychology

I recently heard a great talk by John Bumpus, the CAO of LifePoint. He walked us through his philosophy of building a great organization. #1 was mission. #2 was vision. #3 was individual goals. #4 was INCREMENTAL IMPROVEMENT! Incremental Improvement is a cornerstone philosophy of all great organizations. These organizations strive daily to build this muscle with their teams. They […]

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Up-Shift: Transitioning with Flow

I am writing this just before “transition week” for our family—where we change locations.  For me, this part of my life preaches the importance of transition. That period of “in-between.” How I transition makes all the difference. Mind shifts, activity changes, and motivation can reverse. This is the place of momentum or directional disintegration. Our travels show this on a […]

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The Future You Will Thank the Past You for These 6 Reasons

Have you ever thought about the things you are thankful for from the past? From learning experiences to victory over struggles, the present you should be thankful for the past you and the future you should be grateful for both the past and present you. After all, you are what you were. I know. That was a little confusing. Let’s […]

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Climb Your Mountain

Pretend it’s January 1st. You’re exploding with excitement for the new year, but you still sit staring at your handwritten goals for the year. “There is no way I’m going to let last year happen again,” you think. Fast-forward to exactly one year from now. You might be stuck feeling the same disappointment. What has happened? Is it that you set your goals too […]

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Conquering Self-Doubt

Want to learn how to conquer self-doubt? You have to get to know entrepreneur Lewis Howes if you don’t yet. He’s a New York Times best-selling author of a couple of books, The School of Greatness and The Mask of Masculinity, as well as the host of The School Greatness podcast series. All of us struggle at some point in […]

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The Average Person Spends This Many Years of Their Life Watching Commercials

Can you guess how many years of commercials you will watch in your lifetime? Benjamin Hardy states in his book; Willpower Doesn’t Work, that we spend 4 YEARS of our lives watching commercials! This is VERY disheartening, but also eye-opening. Are you willing to give up the same amount of time it takes to graduate with a degree from college […]

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How To Deal With Doubt

When I visit beautiful places, it inspires me to see God’s beauty. There’s also an element of doubt that shows up. Does that make sense to you? We spend a lot of our lives seeing amazing things – nature, houses, cars, businesses and accomplishments. Part of that is so inspiring, but it can also make you doubt yourself. You might […]

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The Average Person Checks Their Phone This Many Times Per Day

How many times a day do you check your phone? You might be shocked to learn that Benjamin Hardy sites in his book, Willpower Doesn’t Work, that the average person checks their phone 85 times DAILY. This may be why you feel that you do not have enough time in the day. I’ve been reading Benjamin’s book, and it has […]

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How to Set Up your Schedule for Success as a Sales Leader

Is your calendar structured in a way so that your time spent matches how you are getting paid? Sales leaders have all sorts of different commission structures. You may have some base salary and then possibly paid a percentage of your production if you are a producing sales manager. Also, you are probably paid a percentage of your team’s production. […]

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How to Get Yourself to the Gym Even When You Don’t Want To Go

Most high achievers realize that there’s a connection between their professional performance and physical performance.  We know that when we feel healthier and more fit because we exercise, we tend to perform better.  We feel more balanced spiritually.  That means we have better relationships at work, and with our family and friends.  There’s just this interesting connectivity between our physicality and how […]

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How to Get Control of the Fires in Your Day

Do you ever feel like you spend your whole day putting out fires? It’s exhausting, frustrating, and leaves you feeling like you are back to square one when it comes to your day. You should never sacrifice your time for things that can wait. In today’s video, I am going to give you two ways to determine if it is […]

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The Misunderstood Truth About Confidence

There’s something surprising about confidence that I wanted to share with you. Believe it or not, but I struggled with confidence in my life in different ways. I didn’t really understand confidence, so because of that misunderstanding, there were times in my life when I was under-confident. There are other times when I might have had too much confidence, again […]

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After Hours Voicemail

This is a prospecting technique that is completely out of the blue and totally effective! This scenario might have happened to you…Your prospect all of a sudden cancels a meeting, or there’s no excitement in their voice when you talk to them, or the connection that was once there has vanished. This leaves you feeling confused, anxious, and quite frankly […]

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How to Become a Warrior

What makes someone a warrior? We all compete at some level, whether we’re athletes, performers or workers. But in each profession, there are these performers. At Southwestern Consulting, we call them ultra-performers. Or top producers. One percenters. Legendary leaders. You can interchange any of these terms with “warrior.” Warriors are people who can’t be stopped. They’re tough. They fight and […]

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The 2 best strategies for Turning Anything Around

Sometimes when things go wrong it’s our fault and other times it has nothing to do with us. What do we do when we realize things are going wrong? How do you respond to tragedy and setbacks? Prayer is acknowledging we don’t have control over everything. Work is a demonstration of responsibility, accountability and control. Often when things break down […]

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