Weekly Wisdom #57 | The Most Powerful Mindset Exercise That I’ve Ever Done
If you’re going to be successful in business or in anything, then you have to learn to control your thought and feed your mind the “right stuff”.
Here is one of the most powerful things that my mentor ever trained me to do. Check it out. https://youtu.be/-pDyNOzVzq8
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Jack Welch: How To Be A Great Business Leader
An interview with ex-CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch. In this interview Jack discusses his management philosophy and what made him such a successful leader of people. Jack also talks about wider practices of business including outsourcing, foreign markets and much more.
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0:00 Why did you write another book?
0:58 Can business schools help people win?
4:24 Why don’t we get enough candour?
8:05 What weakness do you have, have they changed over time?
10:29 When do you sense you should change agenda in a business?
13:20 Start of Q&A
14:06 How do you properly execute initiatives from the top in big companies?
17:18 Crisis management and Hurricane Katrina
22:29 Did you ever introduce change you thought GE could not handle?
24:14 Thoughts on bureaucracy?
32:24 How to strike a balance between outsources and domestic jobs
35:23 Advice to stay ahead of the curve
40:17 What industry would you go into if you were 30?
41:43 What countries will be next to emerge after China and India?
44:07 Rationale for selling a outsourcing business
46:25 Have you ever made a business deal that you didn’t know how it was going to turn out?
48:21 How do you keep talent in house?
51:36 Multi-nationals responsibility when entering new markets?
53:38 When they said “you couldn’t make it” how did you react?
58:23 Other companies copying GE management practices
1:00:53 Differentiating between high and low performers
1:02:39 Pressure from financial markets on short and long term focus
1:05:07 Has GE got a good succession plan?
1:09:10 How to navigate markets that have different practices
1:11:47 The one question you must answer in a interview
Interview Date: 9th June, 2014
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Wisdom Conference – 13./14.06.2017 in Munich
Wisdom Conference – Info in english: https://www.wisdomtogether.com/event/munich-2017/
Is the Munich Wisdom Conference made for you?
Of course, it is – if a fulfilling now and tomorrow is your goal. And if you – like so many business leaders and decision makers – already shared the experience that intuition is the key for creativity and creativity is the source of growth and success in all parts of our life.
During two intensive and moving days, you well meet international thoughts leaders and pioneers from science, business, culture and arts. Join us to experience intuition together with globally renowned speakers such as Google brand evangelist Gopi Kallayil or Nipun Mehta who served in the President’s Advisory Council of Barack Obama, neuroscientist Tom Fritz and Angaangaq, the Elder from Greenland.
Sadhguru’s Top 10 Rules For Success (@SadhguruJV)
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Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev is an Indian yogi, mystic, philanthropist and author.
He founded the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organisation which offers yoga programs around the world.
He also founded Project GreenHands a grassroots ecological initiative which was awarded the highest Indian environmental award.
He’s Sadhguru and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.
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1. Enhance your perception and intelligence
At the age of 12, he came in contact with Malladihalli Sri Raghavendra Swamiji who taught him a set of simple yoga asanas.
2. Take charge of your life
He graduated from the University of Mysore with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature.
3. Be conscious of your mortality
During his college years, he developed an interest in travel and motorcycles.
4. Take a holiday from seriousness
He opened several successful businesses after graduation, including a poultry farm, a brickworks and a construction business.
5. Produce nice movies
At the age of twenty-five, he rode up Chamundi Hill and sat on a rock, when he had a spiritual experience.
6. Don’t identify yourself with anything
In 1983, he conducted his first yoga class with seven participants in Mysore.
7. Fix yourself
Over time, he began conducting yoga classes, travelling from class to class on his motorcycle.
8. Pay attention to yourself
He was voted among the hundred most powerful Indians for his contribution in the field of environmental protection.
9. Do not set incentives for sickness
In 2012, he initiated the Isha Insight program, which focuses on helping small businesses scale up their business activities.
10. Have a sense of humor
He has also been involved in one-on-one interactions as part of the “In Conversations With the Mystic” program.
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Weekly Wisdom #415 – The 80-20 Rule To Success (Featuring Frank Kern)
Wow was literally the only word I could think about when my special guest Frank Kern helped me film this week’s Weekly Wisdom for my DG Family and ABSOLUTELY blew me away…
Recently Frank had me read a book called the 80-20 rule and it was a truly incredible and eye opening book. So while I was with him this morning I wanted to discuss the 80 – 20 rule that no one talks about but needs to be known. It’s something I knew my DG Family would LOVE!
So as I started filming; and asked Frank his thoughts on the 80 – 20 rule, he came up with an INCREDIBLE exercise that you should literally do right after you finish watching the video! Literally you+pen+paper+exercise = best 2017 of your life!
I’m no exaggerating in the slightest (man I love Frank, guy is a genius!)
So go ahead, check out this week’s Weekly Wisdom with my special guest Frank Kern, complete the exercise he challenges us all to complete, and let me know what you think!
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Gems of Wisdom – Unmanifest for Success
We have a very unusual program this month that I have written for you and it’s called Unmanifesting for Success. That’s right, Unmanifesting for success. In other words folks, I’m going to ask you to go on a diet. And I call it a STUFF Diet. Or it’s a de-clutter diet. Or a home diet or an office diet. However you want to call it. The truth is you want to be very successful in life, you have to understand how material possessions affect you.
And if you want to be a great entrepreneur, business owner, all stuff takes energy. So, unwanted, unneeded stuff, material objects are literally taking up a ton of stuff in your brain to remember where they are and when you see them. Basically folks, it’s preventing you from major breakthroughs in creating solutions, new concepts for your business, ways to make more money, how to have more time off, and it’s basically all this stuff in your life that’s disorganized and just hanging around is draining you of your creative thoughts.
Not to count on the fact that all this stuff around you has to be cleaned, stored, insured. So here’s the bottom line: all this stuff is taking up your life energy and I hope you will take my advice and take it to heart, because I promise you that if you will try some of the things I’m going to share with you this month, not only will you be able to clean up, but you will be able to get your staff to clean up more.
You’ll improve your finances because you will operate with more ease and effectiveness. You will save time because you will not be spending time looking for lost items and you’ll save time and money because you won’t have to purchase items you didn’t know you already had.