Today on the podcast, Coach Keith shares how to create a 30-day sprint plan, providing the steps to an overall vision that delivers happiness and joy. Keith explains to entrepreneur Matt how the brain is sequential and systematic, so the end goal must be defined before the equation can be determined.
Coach Keith asks Matt to describe how he would collectively feel at the end of the 30-day period when he succeeds, which is an overall sense of happiness and knowing he’s on the right path. Matt describes the tasks and processes that he needs to complete in order to reach his goal, including utilizing a Scrum board, revisiting his CRM, and remaining focused on the imperative tasks.
Coach Keith discusses how to handle criticism from those closest to us, and how we can protect our excitement for our own projects. As a leader going forward, Coach Keith lays out the three jars that get filled: expectation, acceptance and excuses. Voicing expectation is important, as is accepting that many things in life are hard, but you can succeed. Rather than dwelling on disappointments and judgement or excuses, working from a place of acceptance and confidence will better support achieving the 30-day goals.
Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland and J.J. Sutherland
“Start with the end in mind” as stated by Steven Covey
SCARF mechanism by Dr. David Rocks
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