"Setting goals doesn't change results. Establishing healthy behaviors changes everything!" - Scott Cooksey
When inspiration (or often the promise of a new year) hits us, it is common to set new goals. Make resolutions. Vow to change or simply do something different. On the surface, it suggests what we want is something better than what we already have (read: more desirable results), what we are REALLY asking for, though, is behavioral change and a re-set of expectations.
Inspired by my own difference of interpretation of an innocuous social media post, I started thinking. So often, companies, teams, and organizations are misguided by the notion of goal setting.
In this episode, Cooksey sets it all straight with a better way to look at goals, and why setting them isn't exactly the best idea....sort of.
[This idea continues in Episode 20. Available on 12/22/2015]
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About 10 years ago, Jason Jump had stepped out of a coaching career, and was looking for his next challenge. In a time before smart phones, he spotted a void in the sports media world that was overlooked and launched a website built to serve the athletes, families, and fans of private & Christian schools in the state of Texas.
A few short years ago, Jason traded his successful digital livelihood based in Houston, Texas, for something unexpected…a community print newspaper in rural Kansas.
Listen in to this incredible interview with a man who loves his family, his community, his life…and his newspaper! We explore how print news plays such a critical role in sustaining rural communities in the midwestern United States.
Success Chargers like you define success and happiness your OWN way…and Jason shares his story of the satisfaction of making old things new again.
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This week's episode extends directly from page 28 of Connect: 77 Idea Chargers to Generate High-Voltage Results TODAY, with a vital reminder:
While it is easy to justify what we do, the most important aspect of our business is to remember WHY we do it! This quick episode sets it all straight for you, as you step back to remember why you agreed to this crazy business life in the first place.
On a side note, I hope you heard Episode 4's interview with Patrick Allmond from StopDoingNothing.com. If you missed it, be sure to grab the download. If you are subscriber to this show, it may already be in your downloads. Take a listen. Patrick dubbed it "a podcast so dangerous, the cops showed up"...You will just have to listen.
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In this week's episode, Cooksey checks in with Patrick Allmond (StopDoingNothing.com) from the patio outside of a coffee shop in Oklahoma City, OK.
Dubbed "perhaps the worlds most DANGEROUS podcast episode", Patrick and Scott dive into the one habit that stops so many people in their tracks when it comes to their pursuit of success - DOING NOTHING.
Patrick is the Founder of StopDoingNothing.com (a collaborative site designed for independent-minded people like YOU). He also regularly posts shows to his YouTube Channels- you should subscribe! Also, you can find him on a number of social media platforms, especially "the Twitter" @PatrickAllmond.
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Welcome to Success Charger!
This Podcast is geared for you...that success-minded, out of the box thinker who is simply wired a little differently than those around you.
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Anouncing the arrival of the Success Charger Podcast!
Launching August 2015