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Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and CEO Megan Hyatt Miller as they discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life.
Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and CEO Megan Hyatt Miller as they discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life. << Show Less
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#146: Don’t Sabotage Your Company With This Oversight If you want your company the grow, the solution probably isn’t a better strategy. Your leadership is the cap of your company. If you’re not growing, your company won’t be, either—with consequences for your results, your team, and your impact on the world.The good news is that your growth is within your control. As Michael and Megan unpack their own journeys of growth, you’ll be encouraged to take ownership of where you are and where you’re headed. When you do, your breakthroughs will change your life and your company for the better.In this episode, you’ll discover—Why you might be the problem—and the solutionHow to know when you’ve grown “enough”The importance of a leader’s ability to sell a visionWhy the discomfort zone leads to changeThree practical steps for accelerating your growthSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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What 'Finding Nemo' Teaches Us About Finding Meaning in Hardship Listen in to this discussion of finding lessons of hardship in 'Finding Nemo'. It’s not that easy things that make us stronger, it’s the difficult things.
Resetting After a Busy Season Boundaries are essential when creating balance in your work and personal life. Learn about the importance of having time off to rest and reset.
How to Stay Mentally Fit Listen in to this discussion of how to stay mentally fit using the acronym, FFIT. FFIT stands for Frequent, Focusing, Intentional, and Thinking. In this snippet, ‘Frequent’ is explained as scheduling time to think to insure it becomes it a part of your routine. Learn to be curious and think about your business. To hear about the rest of the acronym, make sure to check out the full podcast episode on Lead to Win’s station page.
Snippet of Lead to Win: #155: The Non-Negotiable Requirement for Growth Listen in to this discussion there any scenarios in which leaning in to discomfort is avoidable. Much like how muscles need to break down to grow back stronger, so do we mentally.
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#146: Don’t Sabotage Your Company With This Oversight If you want your company the grow, the solution probably isn’t a better strategy. Your leadership is the cap of your company. If you’re not growing, your company won’t be, either—with consequences for your results, your team, and your impact on the world.The good news is that your growth is within your control. As Michael and Megan unpack their own journeys of growth, you’ll be encouraged to take ownership of where you are and where you’re headed. When you do, your breakthroughs will change your life and your company for the better.In this episode, you’ll discover—Why you might be the problem—and the solutionHow to know when you’ve grown “enough”The importance of a leader’s ability to sell a visionWhy the discomfort zone leads to changeThree practical steps for accelerating your growthSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#085: Michael Answers Your Questions Leaders are problem solvers, and that means coming up with the right answers. The problem is that you may have no one to go to with our own inquiries. It’s tough to be the one everybody’s looking to for solutions when you’ve got more questions than answers! The longer we’re in leadership, the more we’re convinced that asking the right questions is far more important than always having an answer in your hip pocket.That’s why we take time out once in awhile to let you ask the questions that are on your mind. That’s what this episode is about. Think of it as a whiteboard session. We’ll tackle some of your most persistent questions and offer the benefit of our experience.Here’s what’s inside this episode:Andy Comer asks how to create meaningful relationship goals in the SMARTER™ format.Jordan Brittley wants to know how to keep track of revenue goals—without becoming a slave to them.Sprout Marketing asks how to maintain a personal connection with employees as your business scales.Tom Tonkin poses a question about the definition of leadership.Katie Eckleman wants to know how to share her ideas about goal setting with upper management.Heather Button asks what to do when another department in the company isn’t leading effectively.Chad Ingels wants to know what are the first things to delegate as you scale up from a one-person organization.Kim Metzler asks for the best systems and hacks for someone who struggles with organization.Belinda wants to know when to “let go” of a project.Dee asks about how to land a job.Greg Brown has a question about how to balance your focus between the things you can control versus the things you can’t.Kevin Gomez wonders what to do when you personal growth plan causes you to outgrow your leaders. With questions on leadership, productivity, goal setting, and personal growth, we know there’ll be some positive takeaways for you in this episode. After listening, here’s your next step: choose one practical action you can take today to begin making a positive change in your business or personal life. Remember, big changes always begin with one small step in the right direction. Resources from this episode:48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan MillerYour Best Year Ever by Michael HyattFocus on ThisFull Focus Planner“How to Get Your Boss to Say Yes: Part 1” by Michael Hyatt“How to Get Your Boss to Say Yes: Part 2” by Michael Hyatt“How to Get Your Boss to Say Yes: Part 3” by Michael Hyatt For more podcasts, visit https://leadto.winSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#188: The Rules Don’t Apply to Me! (or, How NOT to Be an Entitled Leader) It can be easier and more comfortable to spot the entitlement we see in others, but much more difficult to name it in ourselves. And often, when there’s an entitlement issue within our organization, it’s a top-down problem that needs to be addressed. In this episode, Megan and Michael walk through five areas of entitlement that can creep up in all of us, and how rooting them out helps create a culture and team of people marked by gratitude, integrity, and honesty. In this episode, you’ll discover—The danger of exploitation through powerHow our expectations of unearned benefits affects our attitudesThe cure for entitlementWhy your team member may be resistant toward certain tasksThe cascading effect of not honoring your wordResources:Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif BabinFor more, visit www.focusonthispodcast.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#187: 3 Fears Facing Business Owners in Today's Market We’re all trying so hard to be confident that we rarely talk about our fears. But the fears don’t go anywhere. When we’re willing to face our fears, we grow even more in confidence and courage.In this episode, Megan and Michael discuss three fears every business owner has and what’s at stake if they don’t face them head-on. By getting to the heart of what needs to be addressed, you can protect yourself, your team, and your company going forward.In this episode, you’ll discover—The strength of your own agencyWhy being proactive is necessary for survivalThe antidote during trials of uncertaintyHow to respond in time to vulnerabilitiesThe Stockdale ParadoxResources:Good to Great by Jim CollinsBusiness Vulnerability ResponderSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#186: 5 Mistakes Every Business Owner Makes All leaders are vulnerable to mistakes. In fact, you may be in the middle of a mistake right now—and you might not even realize it. But how are you supposed to know what those are? And what can you do to avoid them?In this episode, Megan and Michael walk through five common mistakes every business owner makes. By getting them on your radar and keeping watch, you can get ahead of them and produce incredible results for your business.In this episode, you’ll discover—The importance of delegation and prioritizationThe remedy for low-leverage workThe pitfalls of working without a visionWhy company culture is influential in producing resultsHow well-built processes serve peopleWhy not all opportunities should be pursuedResources:FREE business performance assessment callFull Focus PlannerCalendlySee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#185: 5 Tools for Attracting and Retaining Top Talent We’re in an unusual time where hiring is really difficult. Recruitment is extremely competitive, and candidates have a lot of options. But once you find the right people, how do you make them want to stay? Hiring and retention are equally and critically important, and neither have ever been more challenging than in this current market.In this episode, Megan and Michael uncover the secrets of hiring great talent and retaining it. By following these five tools, you can get—and keep—the people that you need to run and scale the business that you dream of.In this episode, you’ll discover—Why compensation isn’t everythingHow purpose is more important than you thinkOne of the primary reasons people leave companiesThe relationship between engagement and retentionThe components of a well-written job descriptionIdeas for compelling benefitsResources:FREE business performance assessment callThe Loyalist Team by Linda Adams, Abby Curnow-Chavez, Audrey Epstein, and Rebecca Teasdale with Jody BergerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#184: 3 Mistakes Leaders Make When Delegating It’s easy to think no one can do the work that needs to get done better than you. Sometimes it can also feel like passing work off actually creates even more work for you. But the truth is there is likely someone who can do the job just as well, if not better, than you.In this episode, Megan and Michael break down why delegation is the key to growing your business, having more margin in your life, and enjoying both work and life more. You don’t have to continue getting bogged down in work that doesn’t move your business forward. You can become a master delegator and be freed up to focus on the tasks essential to growth. In this episode, you’ll discover—Three mistakes leaders and business owners make when it comes to delegationHow delegation frees you up for high-leverage workWhy clear expectations are necessaryThe five levels of delegationThe danger of micro-managingResources:FREE business performance assessment callSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#183: Five Signs That You're Ready for a Coach At a certain point in your career, it might not seem like a coach is necessary. Oftentimes we only think we need a coach when something is broken or wrong. And yet, the very best leaders always have a coach. Even athletes who are at the top of their game have coaches, so why is this overlooked in our careers? In this episode, Megan and Michele Cushatt, chief coaching officer at Full Focus, explain why you’ll never outgrow your need for a coach. From decision making to learning the necessary skills to go to the next level to troubleshooting difficult situations, having a coach is invaluable to any leader. In this episode, you’ll discover—What drives the best leaders to invite coaches into their worldThe value and benefit of having a coachLessons Michele has learned after 18 years with her coachHow coaches build courage and help make breakthroughs possibleWhat characteristics make up the best coachesResources:FREE business performance call.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
#182: Leadership Lessons from Pop Culture Leadership lessons are everywhere if you're looking for them—including on your TV screen. Movies and shows that explore the joys and griefs of being human reveal the impact of our behavior on relationships. In this episode, Michael and guest Courtney Baker unpack leadership lessons from Ted Lasso, Harry Potter, and more.In this episode, you'll discover—What makes positive intent so importantThe pygmalion effect and its application to leadershipOne tip for coaching high-performers who are hard on themselvesWhy choices matter more than abilitySigns of a half-apology and the power of a true apologyResources:Ten Difficult, But Really Important WordsThe Loyalist Team by Linda Adams, Abby Curnow-Chavez, Audrey Epstein, and Rebecca Teasdale with Jody BergerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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