self-discipline: what it is and why we are bad at it [podcast]

By o.c. tanner

In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Rory Vaden, New York Times bestselling author and co-founder of Southwestern Consulting. In addition, Vaden is a regular contributor for American Express Open Forum, Huffington Post and The Tennessean as well as hosts The Rory Vaden Show, a weekly radio show for “movers and shakers in the world of business.”

You will learn:
2:13 – What is self-discipline and why are we so bad at it?
2:33 – Take the stairs—a metaphor for self-discipline.
3:00 – The reason we are so bad at self-discipline is because we don’t understand it.
3:30 – Self-discipline isn’t hard when we think of it in the right way.
5:12 – The one thing successful people have in common with self-discipline is they have developed a habit of doing the things they know they should be doing even when they don’t feel like doing it.
6:37 – What the paradox principle is.
7:48 – Problems that are procrastinated on are only amplified.
8:34 – Is self-discipline something we want or wish for?
12:27 – Time management isn’t just logical, it’s emotional.
16:30 – Importance of what priority dilution is and its effect among leaders.
18:40 – What MVOT (money value of time) is and its importance to the work environment.
19:00 – Vaden’s experiences with clients on saving money and time in business.

Links and Resources Mentioned:

Learn more and connect with Rory Vaden

Website | Twitter |  LinkedIn

Learn more about: Take the Stairs

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Categories: Great Work, O.C. Tanner Institute, Podcast

Famous Tanner

Thanks for that tips!!

And good way to included the sponsored post. I hate after i feel like I’m beginning to read an ad.: 0).

November 30, 2015   |   Reply   |  
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