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Episode 002

LEADERSHIP:

What do you WANT?

Before you begin any performance improvement effort, you must identify WHAT it is you truly WANT and WHY you WANT it. In this Episode, Tim Autrey details not only why this is important, but gives you a TOOL to figure out what you WANT. It also allows you to clarify current dangers/challenges, opportunities, and strengths involved with getting from where you are to your Point B.

Would you rather read then listen? Download transcript here!

In this episode, you will:

  • ​Learn why understanding what YOU truly WANT (yes, what YOU want, NOT what someone else wants) is KEY to success in any performance improvement effort
  • Gain valuable insight about INFLUENCE and MOTIVATION
  • Be given a simple tool to help you get CLEAR about what you truly WANT in any aspect of your professional (or personal) life

Links and resources mentioned in this episode: 

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Leave A Reply (6 comments so far)


  1. Stacey Hefner
    5 months ago

    Impact is the key!


  2. Damian
    5 months ago

    Always learn something new when listening to Tim! Great insights and energy. Very inspirational…..


  3. Cheryl D
    5 months ago

    Thanks for the reminder that we CAN always get what we want. Listening to you always gets me thinking!


  4. StevenB
    5 months ago

    Great episode. I like that you gave me a free tool to work on while I listen. Thanks!


  5. Suzette
    5 months ago

    Once again, Tim, you have blasted through the old paradigms and given much to think about. Thanks!


  6. Ritu
    5 months ago

    I loved this insightful PODCAST filed with so many tools to overcome the negative conditioning. I think we all feel stuck at times ( because our brain makes us think that ways)- but hearing this it really helped to see how we can influence our brains to do the thing we want so we can get whatever it is WE want, hopefully we all use this knowledge for the betterment of the world and our organizations.

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