i can handle no, but will you watch this 20-minute video right now?

 

Will you watch this 20-minute video right now?

(btw, i can handle no.)

The video is a story of a self-imposed experiment to live through rejection for 100 days.

Key takeaway when you get a no:

  • Ask the person, “Why?”
  • Mention and ask about something you’d be thinking if roles were reversed: For example, “Does my question sound weird?” This defuses emotional tension.
  • Don’t run. Rejection doesn’t define you, your reaction after the no defines you.

 

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Brain drain enemy #1?

Learning concept
Email from a college enrollment department, trying to sell their school to high school prospects.

 

Learning concept
Exactly.

 

We spend our lives stuck in insidious and invisible loops, continuously asking, “Should I?”

Should i do this thing?

Should i do that thing?

Should i stop doing this thing or that thing?

It’s this endless series of half-baked ideas that rob our brain energy and attitude.

The antidote?

Pick one.

What?

When you ask, answer definitely.

Yes.

Or.

No.

And move on.

Our “Should I questions” pile up and bury our ability to breath in positivity.

Why?

Because we are overwhelmed with the things we feel are holding us back from becoming better (at anything and everything).

Saying yes or no – versus never answering – is a gateway to mental clarity.

Easy to see how saying no, or yes, can free your mind from the brain drain enemy.

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Ok, organize the 60-minute Disney coaching keynote

Toxic work environments
Toxic. i wouldn’t touch this speech with a 10-foot pole. This is a result of poor (and non-existent) coaching.

 

 

60-minute coaching keynote outline:

Assumptions:

  • Your end goal: Each participant wants to enhance their coaching conversations to become a better coach.
  • Your Theme: CEO of You, Inc.
  • Designing your content, timing, and activities as if i am speaking to my fellow Disney Cast Members in Innovation, Technology, Transformation, Strategy
  • Focus is Coaching, not Leadership.
  • 60 minutes to speak, probably an official introduction
  • Minimal use of slides
  • Presentation has six 10-minute+- content blocks
  • Opening, 4 content points, closing

0:00 – 10:00  Welcome/context

  • Set the stage/expectations/thesis – DI similar to you (3 hells) (selfie) (3 min)
  • Activity – Pair up. How has your life been impacted by effective coaching? Debrief (make case for coaching’s undeniable value) (5 min)
  • Disney story – The case for change (we sucked weren’t so great) and how coaching drove change  (2 min)

10:00 – 20:00  Values

  • Activity – role model story (in pairs), short debrief (values drive impact) (5 min)
  • Disney story – “Jeff, not everyone likes you…” (2 min)
  • Make dramatic leaps for the people you serve (brief overview of Disney values) (3 min)

20:00 – 30:00  Purpose

  • Activity – Can you sing video (5 min)
  • Activity – What do you do? (1 min)
  • Disney story (onstage) – Task vs Purpose, Disney janitor (2 min)
  • Disney story (backstage)- Guy & what are they giving you? (2 min)

30:00 – 40:00  Legacy

  • Activity – Disney Institute “milestone video” (4 min)
  • Activity – (pair up) Company, Division, You – What legacy do you want to leave? (5 min)
  • What will others say after you are gone? – self-reflection (1 min)

40:00 – 50:00  Action

  • Activity – paper sculpture, debrief (6 min)
  • Your four tenets (1 min)
  • Disney story – David, Freestyle, a great teacher but energy vampire (2 mins)
  • Segue with “CEO of You, Inc” (1 min)

50:00 – 60:00  72-Hour Challenge

  • Context – the power of action –  share my simple life-changing example (1 min)
  • Activity – self-reflection, pair & share, exchange contact info (accountability) (6 min)
  • Group share – 1 or 2 volunteers (time permitting) (2 min)
  • Closing words (1 min)

 

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Is it fair to have client meetings at Walt Disney World?

Disney Motivational Speakers
10am yesterday…arriving for an important meeting.

 

Disney Vacation Club desk
No, we weren’t there to discuss DVC (Disney Vacation Club).

 

Disney meetings
We had The Train Room to ourselves… and a fireplace.

 

Disney Orlando Speakers
A quick look in the shop and i had a fun idea to surprise and delight other people – a couple different clients.

 

Is it fair to have client meetings at Walt Disney World?

And how organized do you have to be to make it happen?

Work and organize like you mean it.

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Speaker Video idea 5/5 – Conclusion

Disney Customer Service Speakers
From the Caribbean to the Northern Rockies.

 

Speaker Video idea 5/5 – Conclusion:

Goal: Leave the viewer convinced that jeff is worth a deeper dive – a call, an email, or a text. Some ideas:

  1. Maybe a quote from Walt Disney: “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”
  2. Maybe a quote from jeff: “If you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough?”
  3. Or a combo of both – and use text on a photo to display quotes?
  4. My contact info?

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