The Performance Pro

Tuesday, September 22, 2015


In Marshall Goldsmith book on MOJO,  Mojo is defined as that positive spirit that starts from the inside and radiates to the outside and it peaks when we are experiencing both happiness and meaning in what we are doing. Too often the challenge is finding a way to sustain our Mojo, especially when the world seems to slap us down, gives us tough challenges or we start listening to those negative little voices from the past.

When going gets rough, our enthusiasm and positivity wane.  We tend to go to our default response. We choose safe -- that is, continuing doing the same old, same old. Doing what we're already doing and remaining in our comfort zone.  

My recommendation: Fuel yourself with the belief in yourself, and I can do it attitude,  a sense of humor, muster up your Mojo and enter your Stretch Zone. You know the place, it might not be real comfortable, in fact it might make you squirm-- but the end result is always growth and a glowing satisfaction of achievement. This technique is often discussed in our programs. Once one is active in their Stretch Zone, obtaining even a small success energizes spirit, magnifies clarity and purpose. This manifests a fuller, more confident and enthusiastic version of you -- Whoo Hoo, that is MOJO!                            

               Nobody gets to live life backwards--look ahead with confidence and purpose.
                                                      That is where your future is.



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