Have you ever had a goal or an ambition, but you simply couldn’t figure out how to get moving on it? Or, have you ever encountered a hurdle that you simply couldn’t jump over or go around? Today’s guests, Jason and Jodi Womack, help people gain momentum in their life and career, and on this episode they’ll share how to deal with the expectation escalation that comes with technology, how to determine the direction of your life and work, and why relationships are critical to effective productivity.
An unbelievable amount of focus, time, and energy is spent in many organizations relitigating decisions that have already been made and should have been final. Not only is this a massive sinkhole for the team’s resources, it’s a drain on its emotional engagement and a drag on its sense of mission. On this episode, we discuss the dangers of incomplete conversations and how we as leaders, collaborators, and freelancers working with clients can hone our focus by completing conversations.
Are you exactly where you’d like to be in your life and career? Chances are, you probably aren’t. There are things you’d like to accomplish and places you’d like to go, but sometimes you feel stuck. On this episode, I share five (very uncommon) questions that you can ask yourself to identify areas where you might be self-limiting your progress, and to help you identify potential ways to move forward.
Dave Barnes is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter and recording artist. His songs have been recorded by dozens of artists, and he earned a Grammy nomination for song of the year for God Gave Me You, as recorded by Blake Shelton. On this episode, we discuss the craft of songwriting, the intricacies of collaboration, the temptation of comparison, and how he hones his practice every day.