High Performers Need Less…Not More

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In this episode you are going to get to see behind the scenes of one of my close door masterminds where I teach a concept called “losing the friction”. Losing the friction comes from accelerated results and the idea of making awesomeness happen in your life right now rather than waiting many, many years.

So in this episode we talk about the first component of it and why it is the bedrock of the rest of the components.  You’ve probably heard a little bit of it before but hopefully you’ll see why it’s slightly different and/or it’s still vital.

The second side of it, you’ll get to hear a little bit about what I do to lose friction in this exact concept. Number two is the misalignment and misalignment of core values purpose with actions and is something that I see with high performing people. These are not in the air like non-tangible things. So go through this, check it out, let me know what you think!

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Show Notes:
00:00 – 00:16 Teaser
00:17 – 02:51 Introduction
02:52 – 04:00 Identifying and removing the frictions points
04:01 – 06:25 Taking and Increasing your responsibility on where you can excel
06:26 – 09:03 Sponsor

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