In this episode, I sit down with author, speaker, and contributing editor for Inc. Magazine, Jeff Haden, as he walks us through how a conversation with tennis star Venus Williams sparked him to write his book on motivation, the first step to take when you have zero motivation, and the link between accountability and motivation that can help you reach your goals.
We also dive into what you should and should not be doing during “me time,” why you shouldn’t give up for lack of a lightning bolt, and the type of addiction that can be beneficial to your success.
This was an awesome discussion with Jeff hope you enjoy. Now let’s get to the straight talk!
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What You'll Discover In This Episode:
- Why Motivation As We Know It Is A Myth
- What Separates People With Dreams From People Who Achieve Their Dreams
- How To Tap Into A Virtuous Cycle Of Motivation
- The Compound Effect Of An Extreme Productivity Day
- So Much More!
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About The Guest:
Inc. Magazine contributing editor, LinkedIn Influencer, speaker, and author of The Motivation Myth: How High Achievers Really Set Themselves Up to Win.
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