Today I am going to introduce you to Jason Womack.
Jason has emerged as a new and exciting voice in the world of professional development. His new book called “Get Momentum” will be coming out the day this podcast episode airs which is May 2, 2016.
In this episode we talk about the core strategies for getting the more things done whether it be personally or professionally.
Jason shares his easy to follow framework that you can start applying right now. He also shares his ideas for building momentum. It is a five-step process and very easy for you to start applying right away.
We cover a lot of great information in this episode. I’m confident that you’ll like Jason as much as I do and that these topics that we discuss will resonate with you. I would highly suggest that you get his new book.
In This Episode:
- Learning from couples who write books
- Using 90-day cycles as benchmarks
- Shining the light on what already works
- The impact of self-talk on human performance
- The value in acknowledging good behavior
- That which gets measured gets done
- Building momentum with small changes
- Why using both halve of your brain is crucial
- Are you a noun or a verb person?
Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA, provides practical methods to maximize tools, systems, and processes to achieve quality work/life balance. He has worked with leaders and executives for over 16 years in the business and education sectors. His focus is on creating ideas that matter and implementing solutions that are valuable to organizations and the individuals in those organizations.
He is the CEO and Founder of The Jason Womack Company, and an advisor to leaders worldwide and author dedicated to helping individual contributors, entrepreneurs and executives work effectively and efficiently so they have the time, energy and focus to achieve more in work and in life.
Author of Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More. Jason shows that working longer hours doesn’t make up for a flawed approach to productivity and performance. Entrepreneurs need to clarify their habits, build mindset-based strategies, and be proactive. Womack’s signature workplace performance techniques offer specific strategies to consistently and incrementally improve performance.
Connect with Jason:
- jason -AT- getmomentum.com
Jason’s Favorite Book or Program:
- Don’t Shoot The Dog: The New Art of Teaching and Training by Sharon Pryor
Jason’s Favorite Tool or Technology:
- A Journal or Notebook
Jason’s Favorite Quote:
“Take what works, drop what doesn’t, make everything your own” — Bruce Lee