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It is important that we get aligned with our team, in our relationships and everything else if we want to get better results. But if we don’t do it right, people will have no direction and will get lost in the way. When you try to move forward, it results in little progress and there will be constant resistance in every step of the way.
But if we are able to build alignment with our people and team, there will be a clarity of direction and everyone will move in a united sequence. You will actually be able to make great leaps forward and you end up with results that flow.
To put this together, access is required for people with whom you want to be in alignment with. There should also be an atmosphere of articulation that allows them to communicate openly. Finally, you should also create an ally relationship where there is trust between you and your parties.
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In this episode, #1 Bestselling Author and Highly Acclaimed business & Entrepreneur Expert, Mel Abraham, talks with Justin Herald about his perspectives on business and life, how he started and the valuable lessons he learned along the way.
About Justin Herald
Justin herald is an author, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. At the age of 25, he started his T-shirt business with only 50 dollars and his business transcended into the company Attitude Inc. His clothing brand took off with international licensing success with revenues over 20 million dollars a year.
Justin is the author of eight international bestselling books and he mentors over a hundred business owners each year. As a motivational speaker, he speaks all over the country and internationally in front of 150K people a year. He is one of the most sought after speakers from Australia.
In 2005, Justin was named The International Entrepreneur of the Year and recently, he was awarded the Future Leaders Award which recognizes him as one of the 50 most influential leaders of the next generation in Australia. He recently launched a brand called ReferUs which helps businesses to magnify their sales with the help of word of mouth referrals.
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In this episode, we talk about the 4 stages of leadership progression and what it takes to shift and create movements while leading from behind as a thought leader. Without elevating yourself to the highest level of leadership, things get messy and don’t turn out the way you want them to. If you are not good at leadership, you will find yourself in a solitary pursuit and your pace of movement will not be inertia-full.
However, when you understand the key principles of leadership, you are going to build momentum in which things move at an accelerating pace. You also end up with a bigger vision to look at things differently and people will march with you as champions and cheerleaders. So, what you need to know about it is that good leadership is empathy based, you come at it from a communication perspective and service is the fuel as it comes from a place of serving.
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In this episode, we answer a question that was asked by Laurence Marie David. The question is about why people unconsciously sabotage themselves and how it can be transformed.
If we don’t conquer this thing called self-sabotage, we find ourselves in a situation where we create strategies that break down, we relive the experience over and over again, and we also feel helpless. But if we are able to conquer it, our confidence builds, we have micro successes that needs to be celebrated and we get a bigger vision.
In order to defeat self-sabotage, we need to:
- Have Behavior Baselines: Recognize those behaviors that contribute to self-sabotage.
- Get to Higher Ground: Move upstream to identify the trigger.
- Keep Your Eye on the Prize: Understand why we are in the game.
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This is a new type of episode with our first special guest Jeff Moore who speaks on a number of topics related to entrepreneurship and business.
About Jeff Moore
Jeff Moore is President of International Pacific Seafoods, a seafood importer, processor and global seafood sourcing specialist. For over 20 years, Jeff has established himself as a Trusted Advisor to Foodservice Distributors, Chain Restaurant Operators as well as various entrepreneurs and industry professionals from established enterprises in and outside the food industry.
Jeff is also the Founder of an Entrepreneurial and Marketing Mastermind Group called Thursday Night Boardroom, with over 500 members in 24 countries around the globe and chapters popping up across the country.
Jeff is a business optimization expert and has worked with scores of businesses in dozens of different industries helping them discover Hidden Pockets of Profit throughout their offering, marketing copy, customer relationships and supply chain joint ventures. Jeff has discovered, refined and evangelizes a system called ValYOU which has been successfully applied by some of the most successful brands and business leaders.
Jeff is a proud husband and father of 4 children and resides in sunny Southern California.