Ep 203 - Accountability Series (Part 3) - Why a Coach Can Change Everything
What does it mean to have accountability in your life? Because there are different levels of accountability. We can hold ourselves accountable by using tools like a 411, 66-Day Challenge, or The ONE Thing Planner. We can bring accountability into our world by recruiting an accountability partner. Then, when we want the highest level of accountability possible, we have to look to an expert – to a coach. A lot of people ask us what it means to have a coach, how to know if it’s the right fit, and how to get the most out of that relationship. So, today, we sit down to learn the answers to those questions from Charlotte Savoy, who both embodies accountability in her businesses and coaches other people on The ONE Thing through MAPS Business Coaching. If you think this sounds like a good fit for you, you can learn more about our .
Ep 202 - Accountability Series (Part 2) - Coaching People to Their Possibilities | Gene Rivers
Does your organization have a culture of accountability? In the last episode, Abe Shreve taught us that one of the critical mistakes that many businesses make is not creating a culture of accountability. It is a necessary part of sustainable business growth, but as many of us have experienced, it’s not an easy thing to do. So, today, Gene Rivers is going to teach us how he created a culture of accountability with his team – and how you can coach your people to their possibilities, too! If you want support in implementing what is discussed in this episode, head over to .
Ep 201 - Accountability Series (Part 1) - 3 Critical Mistakes of Business Growth
Are you accountable – to yourself and other people? We all want accountability in our lives, in one way or another, but developing habits around accountability and then building a culture of accountability within an organization are both a lot harder to do than they sound. So we invited a couple of our favorite accountability experts to join us for a three-part series that will help you bring more accountability to yourself, your team, and your organization. Today’s guest has personally led over 9,000 independent coaching calls over the past four years, leading conversations with business owners across all industries, and he has developed a very unique perspective on the mistakes you may be making that, if unchanged, will inevitably lead to burnout. So, in this episode, Abe Shreve teaches us about the three critical mistakes of business growth. If you are interested in what it looks like to have more accountability in your life, go to .
Ep 200 - Choosing Your Mindset After You've Achieved a BIG Goal
200 episodes is a major milestone for us, in no small part because of the tremendous support and feedback we’ve received from all of you. To show our appreciation, we huddled together to figure out the ONE thing we could do to provide the most value to you in this episode. So, today, your co-hosts Geoff Woods and Kaelyn Loes are going to dissect the different mindsets that we adopt after we achieve big goals – and the choices that we can make to keep moving further down the road to mastery. If you have been on your own journey of living The ONE Thing and you think we should be interviewing you in the next 200 episodes, then send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: .
Ep 199 - Having a Great Career Starts with Purpose & Planning | Dr. Cindy McGovern
Imagine you are on an airplane and, along the way, it starts to deviate just a few degrees off course – if the plane does not correct course over the length of that flight, do you think you’ll end up in the right destination? Probably not, and who knows where we would end up! But this is the way that most people live their lives – they wake up, take action, and move forward, but they’re not always clear on exactly where they’re going or why they’re going there. And when they’re off course, they’re not even aware of it, which is why so many people live a life by default instead of a life by design. So, today, we want to introduce you to Dr. Cindy McGovern, who has been living the principles of The ONE Thing to ensure that she has a great career, and you will hear how purpose and planning were fundamental to living her mission: changing the way that people view sales. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: .