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Organize your thoughts

Glacier National Park continental divide vantage point
Glacier National Park continental divide vantage point, again, with ocean bottom fossilized sand ripples.

Organize your thoughts.

Prevailing thoughts in random order:

  • Equal relationship
  • Win-Win
  • Organizational Vibrancy
  • Opportunity of a lifetime
  • Bored
  • Unexcited
  • Baggage
  • $2M furniture vs $200k lifetime health
  • Mixed messages
  • Prolonged lack of focus
  • Overwhelmed
  • Passion-less
  • do you want to come alive? (i do)

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Where i’m from there are 3 kinds of people

Disney Keynote Speakers
Biking is always a possibility. Certain times of the year have restrictions when you can be on Going-to-the-Sun Road, usually no biking between 10am-4pm.

 

Let’s do some math.

Where i’m originally from there are 3 kinds of people.

There are those that can count and those that can’t.

Wait for it…

Haha.

Twenty-four hours, an hour at a time, spread over one full year.

Expand the box – crazy idea but totally in line with my core competencies.

Twenty-four hours, doing three eight-hour days in a combination of intentional and organic time, focused and unfocused time, fun and serious time.

Student teaching togetherness in a place covering 1,000,000 acres, 734 miles of trail, and 300 Grizzly Bears.

Twenty-four hours of togetherness in Glacier National Park.

Sample timeline for five-day, four-night life-altering trip.

Arrive on a Day One with no agenda except to get settled in.

Day Two morning through Day Four evening, “24 hours” of thinking, asking, telling, dreaming, writing, hiking, resting, looking, dreaming.

Day Five morning catch a 6am or 7am flight home.

You cover your airfare and souvenirs, i’ve got everything else.

  • Four nights in-the-Park accommodations.
  • All meals.
  • Rental car.
  • Entrance fees.
  • Bus, boat and/or bicycle fees, time permitting.

You book and pay for airfare to Glacier International Airport in Kalispell, MT (airport code FCA). Delta and United are main carriers.

 

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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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When Your Life Changes

Personal coaching for do-it-yourselfers

Long lines at Post Office
Longest lines i’ve seen at the Post Office in a year. Glad i wasn’t desperate yesterday. Able to simply walk away.

 

It’s surreal this morning, counting only 18 days until the beginning of the 9th year of five-a-day-blogging.

Daily writing is like having a tutor.

Personal coaching for do-it-yourselfers.

Doubtful i’ll ever be able to walk away from (minimum) two hours of daily writing.

 

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Who Motivates You To Change?

World Class? Prove It!
World Class? Prove It!

Change is the only constant.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Mostly, we hate change. But yet we are surrounded by it. At work. At home. On the news. In our face. Everywhere.

And deep down inside, we know that change has many positive benefits, and with hard work, we CAN change.

But who pushes you?

Who gets in your face and reminds you you can’t quit?

Is it you?  Do you coach yourself?

And if you are self-coached, where did you learn it, from a book, a seminar, a show?  Let’s be real.

Your biggest and best change came when someone believed you could do what you didn’t believe you could do. The “coach” got in your face and pushed you, and rode you, and drove you to excellence.

Who’s coaching you now?

Or don’t you care anymore?

Prove it.