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Take Charge of Your Productivity - Getting Unstuck:
You may call it procrastination, some call it frustration or overwhelm, and in severe cases it is called depression. We all get stuck but the question is how quickly can we get unstuck. Being stuck is a state of mind because we are so focused on the negative that we lose sight of what we want and how to get there.
Understanding the four elements of Championship Psychology prepares you with four groupings of new strategies for getting unstuck. It is nice to have many options at our finger tips because if one does not work you have other avenues to explore.
I am excited to have Sky Blossoms on the show again, who will help us understand what being stuck really is and will share with you multiple strategies to move forward.
Sky Blossoms is a relationship strategist for high-performers, as well as an author and speaker. She received her medical degree, and then for more than a decade she avidly studied psychology and alternative therapies and approaches to support her work on human relationships. Sky’s humble beginnings of growing up in Ukraine sparked her drive for extraordinary life experiences and prompted a relentless search for answers. Her personal journey through pain, disappointments, and failures taught her vital lessons and led to the discovery of bliss and fulfillment that she now shares with others.
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How did your last medical appointment go with your doctor? Did you just walk in, answer the questions, pay for the visit and walk out with remedies for your condition? Did you feel listened to?
My guest, Martine Ehrenclou, author of The Take-Charge Patient will be here to help you define what questions you should be asking your doctors and how to improve that relationship. Her mission is to show YOU how to interact effectively with medical professionals and navigate the healthcare system.
Martine not only helps people become better patients but she also lectures to medical professionals on the topics of patient advocacy, patient empowerment, patient safety and on patient centered care: the collaborative relationship between patients and medical professionals.
Her website is: http://www.thetakechargepatient.com
Her book: The Take-Charge Patient may be purchased here.
If you need further healthcare support, my website is: http://www.outoftheboxhealthcare.com
This week we will be talking about Progress. First, don’t confuse progress with measurement. You measure to help you get progress and to understand patterns of behavior. Progress is about understanding what success looks like so are able to recognize it when you see it. Recognizing the progress is how you build energy and momentum to move forward. In my experience, this is an underused muscle for most. Most people either “don’t have time for it” or worse, aren't even aware of the progress. So again progress can be the RESULT of measurement but the two are quite different. Progress is about recognizing yourself for what you have accomplished. It centers on staying focused on the results you have achieved and rewarding yourself and others for moving closer to the result. Keep in mind that if we take a mistake as feedback rather than failure then mistakes can help you move forward just like successes do. No matter the result, if progress is used properly it will move you forward to the result you want. This aspect of progress is often ignored. In my framework, one of the steps to progress that is useful to master is creating habits. Several studies have shown that the most effective way to create permanent habits is through positive reinforcement. This week I am honored to be joined by Roy Saunderson, an expert in corporate recognition.
Strategies take our vision and create an approach that will enable us to realize that vision. A strategy is a way to create value and leverage to achieve out outcome faster with less effort. When we think of HOW we do something we understand that there is a sequence no matter if it is about baking a cake, building a house or making a sale. Things have to be done in a particular order to achieve the best desired results. A critical component of getting the results we want is planning. There are different levels of planning effecting the different levels of productivity. On this program we will talk about the various levels of planning, the frequency one should plan and how to overcome some of the biggest challenges around planning.
Paul Hoyt, owner and principal consultant with the Hoyt Management Group and best-selling author, has over 40 years experience leading teams to improved profitability and productivity. He is an expert at helping new and growing businesses develop their strategic plans, create financial models, write business plans, and fund and execute their growth strategies. He has enjoyed tremendous success at helping businesses of all sizes achieve their growth and exit strategy objectives.
He is the author of two business books: The Foundation Factor®- Critical Measurements in Business Strength (2004), which helps business owners develop their own Business Foundation Profile® to measure the strength of their business, and the Capital Coaching Program (2010), which helps entrepreneurs learn the fundamentals of raising capital.
Paul also created the highly acclaimed online training programs The Business Survival Boot Camp and Beyond Business Survival (2013), giving small business owners the guidance they need to avoid mistakes that slow them down and shut them down.
Interview with Martine Ehrenclou
Martine's own experience with the Health Care System Why patients are passive instead of proactive Preventing medical errors Creating a Patient Tool-kit Steps to take charge when lost in the Health Care maze The Take-Charge Patient: How You Can Get the Best Medical Care Martine Ehrenclou, M.A.
Lemon Grove Press (2012)
Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (5/12)
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Do you know the difference between a manager and a leader? Leadership style is an important element in driving your personal and professional life to new levels. Leadership accesses power within through clarity, insipration, flexibility, and communication. The leader is all about the Ten Essential Elements of Time and Energy Managent, primarily Championship Psychology. Are you ready to take your leadership skills to the next level?
Dr. Jon Sarver is a highly successful entrepreneur with over 29 years of experience of leadership ranging from non-profits to internet based businesses. Jon Sarver has been a certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach for over three years. He has implemented much of John Maxwell's strategies to help his clients achieve enormous profitability. In 2012, Dr. Sarver was recognized as the #1 Master Executive Coach for Business Breakthroughs. He has a track record of laying the groundwork for growth and vitality. Several of his businesses have remained successful and many exist today, decades after they were founded.
Gain more time, money, and freedom! Creating a process and standards enable you to scale a business, keep it sustainable and give you back more time. As an owner, this can allow you to do more of what you envisioned when you started this business. Taking charge of your productivity and the productivity of your team is essential to producing a quality product!
Our guest on this weeks show will be Teriann Matheson.
She will reveal the secrets that allowed her to successfully manage, own and sell ten businesses in two countries over fourteen years. Teriann's ability to increase sales and profits has benefitted her businesses, and now she agreed to share her expertise with us.
Wellness is key to productivity and success in all areas of our lives. Caring for our physiological well being addresses the four elements of Championship Psychology as defined in my program. Today we focus on those elements of Championship Psychology by marrying the concepts of spiritual and emotional balance with successful weight loss.
Most people think losing weight is pure physiology but it is primarily psychology. The percentage of people with genetic predispositions or physiological abnormalities that prevent them from losing weight is actually low. Largely it is an internal, unconscious roadblock that prevents sustained weight loss. Permanent weight loss, or any other kind of life change is centered on transformation. Long-term weight loss calls for acceptance to changes in your life.
Guest Bio: Shiela Leaming
This week’s show features guest Shiela Leaming, founder of Workouts for Spirit ™. Shiela is a National Association of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and a Spiritually Based Weight Loss Strategist. For over 20 years, Shiela has counseled clients on their spiritual lives, and found success combining these skills with her personal training background to meet long-term weight loss goals.
Her unique weight loss system highlights spiritual and emotional balance as an essential tool to achieve the results you want. In the Workouts for Spirit ™ system Shiela guides her clients through an inner journey while customizing a weight loss system that will yield the best results.
Shiela’s technique includes fitness and nutrition assessments, mentoring through your journey of self-discovery, weekly phone guidance, positive hypnosis recordings and email support throughout.
If your business conduct business using the internet, then you need to know how to generate traffic and build your list. If you are unfamiliar with how to do these things, your work can take countless hours, be very frustrating and even costly. Part of Taking Charge of Your Productivity is working SMARTER..not harder. On todays show I will present a new perspective on list building and some strategies that you may not have considered. These strategies will draw attention to your business, and build your list quickly with quality prospects. As an entrepreneur building your business, you cannot afford to miss this show.
I will be joined with Kip Piper.
Kip Piper has over 21 years of experience in web design and internet marketing. She coaches business owners and entrepreneurs on using Amazon to generate massive traffic to their websites, how to position themselves as an expert in their industry, and techniques to build an unstoppable brand.
Kip leverages her years of experience working with companies like with AMD, IBM, 3M, Dell, Hyundai Steel USA, as well as hundreds of small businesses and entrepreneurs. She has also worked for the University of Texas in Austin. With her business owners and entrepreneurs transform their businesses through effective marketing.
Kip Piper and her company MTC Interactive were reported in the Austin Business Journal "Web Development and Marketing" Top Ten list from 1997 until 2004, when she moved away from Austin. Kip has also been featured in several articles appearing in Smart Computing magazine, including "Third Party Web Design".
Special time on July 3rd due to the Holiday weekend...
Energy is basic physics. Great philosophers and scientists such as Einstein studied energy. He determined that cannot be created or destroyed. We have studied energy for centuries and know its power. The Chinese understood energy's connection with nature which transcends science because it is both science and spirit. Join us as we talk about martial arts and how it harnesses energy.
Take Charge of Your Productivity defines energy management, and gives it a framework in which to build upon. When we understand and recognize energy management we can use it to our advantge and TAKE CHARGE of the results we get.
This week will be joined by Alex Changho.
Alex Changho is an entrepreneur, speaker and strategic coach, who helps small businesses across the country streamline their operations and increase the revenue. Alex specializes in martial arts schools, and for over a decade was instrumental in growing one of the most successful martial arts chains in the country. He also works closely with young martial arts entrepreneurs, preparing owners and instructors to take on the responsibility of carrying on the legacy of their industry. You can see his facebook page at www.alexchangho.com.
You should never negotiate with terrorists but you should with everyone else. Lets face it- we negotiate every day. It is one of the most important skills we can learn.
On todays show we are going to look at the key aspects of negotiation with a negotiation expert. This will help us regain control of our day to day interactions and overall get better results. No matter if it is getting our kids to do their homework, or closing the sale- the secrets to your success in all areas are the same fundamentals. What works in one area of your life will work in another.
Richard Kaye is this weeks guest. He is an international speaker, author and Sales Coach.
In addition to having appeared on numerous television and radio shows, Richard has authored many published articles. He speaks around the globe about the Secrets of Empowering Negotiation Revealed. having presented seminars and workshops in Australia, France, Japan, and Russia, as well as in the United States.
Richard turned to supporting business success after a successful 30 year career as a Chiropractor in San Diego, California. His distinguished career includes being named Outstanding Doctor of the Year in 1981, as well as Doctor of The Year in 1983, by the San Diego County Chiropractic Society.
Richard is also committed to working with people to improve their quality of life and has founded and is involved in several charitable contributions.
Richard's soul purpose is to elegantly inspire people to awaken to their magnificence, through love, humor, joy, and passion. That's why he does what he does.
There are three ways for businesses to create more profits.
1) Make new sales 2) Increase frequency and 3) Increase the amount spent per transaction. The most direct influence on all three of these ways to increase your profits has to do with your communication with the client or prospect. After the first contact it is all about the follow-up. 90% of sales people do not follow up enough and are leaving cash on the table. Ouch!
On this weeks show we will talk about follow-up, why it is important and what are the best methods to carry it out.
Our guest for this show is Andrea Koochin.
Andrea has worked in marketing and promotion for the over 20 years. She has solid background in understanding client preferences through her extensive experience in market research, television production and infomercials with companies such as Time Life and Guthie Renker. Through her experience, she discovered that these large promotions treated people like numbers and often fell short and don’t communicate in a way that creates loyal customers. As a result, Andrea turned her focus from small to medium businesses to address the follow up process. This is what truly builds a relationship and Andrea is passionate about relationships.
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