Toby Goldstein has directed various government-funded educational and social welfare programs for over 12 years, having hired and managed many employees. She has also arranged for internships at various sites for high school and college students. As an expert in staff development, she is often hired by schools and businesses across the country to train and coach managers and employees.
Listen in as Toby and Mark discuss getting straight...
I’m Mark Struczewski and I’m a Kajabi Hero.
I’m sorry...what now?
Let's start here: Kajabi means “to take flight”.
A Kajabi Hero is a person committed to the path of turning their passion into profit. ... In fact, if you want to get inspired click here to book a free, no-obligation call with me to ask me questions about how I use Kajabi.
What is Kajabi?
Their vision: A world where technology is no longer...
It never ceases to amaze me how the most successful people tend to hire a coach and even multiple coaches while people who are not successful do not.
And this latter group tends not to improve either. Or, if they do, it’s a prolonged process.
The first coach I ever hired was a Tony Robbins Results Coach.
That coach told me something that astounded me: Tony has not one or two but several coaches.
And I remember how blown away I was about that.
Then I started thinking about how...
Come along on my morning walks! In this compilation, I talk about living YOUR life, the number of distractions you deal with, respect, a rude DM I received on LinkedIn, our Christmas tree still being up, and how to be a better you.
There are a lot of moving parts to become a more productive person.
In this article, I share five of them.
What you won’t find on this list are excuses, complaining, blaming, laziness, or bright shiny object syndrome.
Implementing each of these habits into your life will dramatically make you a more productive person.
PEOPLE YOU HANG AROUND
The late Charlie “Tremendous” Jones used to say, “In five years, you’ll be the same person you...
Because of a health and career crisis in 1993, Roy Cook became an entrepreneur and found his 11 core values. He retired 11 years later, having reached his personal and financial goals.
Today, Roy and Mark discuss core values, what 79-year old Roy would tell his 22-year old self, their mutual love of books, the power of reading books, and more!
Complexity is the gateway to procrastination ~ Mark Struczewski
In this article, I lay out ten simple ways to be more productive starting right now.
While each of these ideas is simple…that doesn’t mean that they're easy to do. There is a difference.
Don’t get overwhelmed.
Just pick one that resonates with you and begin to implement it into your life.
Then come back and pick another one.
Step by step by step.
You’ve got this.
Let’s do this.
1. GET OUT...
Julie Bartkus has helped leaders attract, interview, hire, retain and motivate the team of their dreams for over 20 years. She helps move leaders from feeling stuck to empowered with the results they achieve.
Come along as Julie and Mark talk about the biggest pain points, what blocks employees from being their best, toxic people in the workplace, unplugged leaders, silence conspiracies, mic swap, and more!
Kevin Eikenberry is a recognized world expert on leadership, remote leadership, and remote work. He is the author or co-author of over 20 books.
Listen in as Kevin and Mark discuss remote work, the new normal for working, hybrid work environments, expectations/clarity, transitioning to and from work, mic swap, and more!
Liah Kraft-Kristaine is a happiness and emotional intelligence expert. She is the author of more than 10 books, an international speaker on four continents, builder of houses. Past occupations include: CNN broadcaster, PBS host, practicing attorney, and head television scriptwriter in Hollywood.
Liah and Mark discuss brain management, using what you know, getting into the groove, shaking things up, the benefits of raised energy, and more!...