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For the next few weeks Christie is experimenting with Atomic Habits based on the book by James Clear.
Atomic habits are incredibly small but have a massive impact when repeated hundreds and hundreds of times. So the concept here is not to conquer the world in your habit, but to find that little something that is so easy to accomplish that your mind can't talk you out of it.
Christie discusses the first atomic habit she has chosen to develop and the challenges she is already facing. Will you join Christie on her journey?
Our guest today is Olympic athlete Katherine Adamek. In 2010 Katherine won a silver and bronze medal in speed skating at the Vancouver Olympic Games. But instead of celebrating and preparing for the next Olympic games she had to have three hip surgeries and years of rehab. In this episode we discuss how she trained for gold, prepared her comeback and maintained the resilience to maintain a life of success after her Olympic dreams came and went.
This week is all about habits, the good ones, the not so good ones, and the ones we'd love to create. Christie has just finished reading a book called Atomic Habits by James Clear. The basic premise is that the biggest change can come from the smallest habit repeated hundreds and hundreds of time. You ultimately reach a level of proficiency and eventually mastery by simply doing certain things consistently every single day.
It's another episode of Whatcha Readin'? Jeff, Christie and DeJuan Brown, Sr. Director, Enterprise Sales for Seismic Software talk about what books they are reading right now.
Today, Jeff muses on the conflicts that success creates and the sacrifices and trade offs we all make in the name of balance.
We're taking a look (listen?) back at one of our favorite guests SDR wizard, expert, superstar Morgan J. Ingram. In this episode, we discussed the role of SDR, the advantages to starting your career there and the pitfalls that people who become SDRs and the people who manage SDRs make.
Powerful curiosity and powerful questions can be important in a discussion with a customer. But there is a point where you have to say, okay, I think we have enough information to move forward with the next phase of recommendations.
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