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Last week it was my pleasure to interview the legendary Brian Tracy on Self Leadership - a topic I have been speaking and writing about since 1999. In case you don't know - Brian Tracy is a motivational speaker and self-development author of over 70 books. His popular titles include; 'Earn What You’re Really Worth','Eat That Frog!' and 'The Psychology of Achievement'. Here is the video of my interview of Brian Tracy on Self Leadership, and the transcript is below. "Self
We all face the addiction of being busy. In this video I share how this can manifest and a strategy to be more strategic. https://youtu.be/8hItMfgdYEc
So much is spoken and written about the need for leadership in organizations, but what exactly is leadership? If you Google the term ‘leadership’, you get 2.2 Billion results! And, the definition doesn’t help much: Leadership is the action of leading – well that’s deep! And the synonyms include; authority, control and management - all of which are at odds with many modern descriptions or effective leadership. As an author and speaker on the topic of leadership, I resonate with this
Changing Behavior is at the heart of coaching and self-development. With Self-leadership we increase self-awareness of the impact of our actions or inaction, and can choose to make changes - but how does this work? Learning to Change Self-leadership is grounded in Cognitive Learning Theory (CLT), which states that we influence our world and our world influences us. The amount we influence depends on our perception of our own effectiveness or potential effectiveness; “I can do it” or “I can
Recently I clicked on a link in an email and a well shot video of a well-known success guru began to play. He started by telling me that he coaches billionaires with the big houses, cars and expensive watches, BUT these people are empty and insecure on the inside. In guru-like fashion he tells me that, “The door to success doesn’t open outward, but inward” He extols the virtue of working on my mental, emotional, spiritual and physical self – “Nothing new or wrong with that”, I say to