Interviews with Peak Performers about what they think, say and do so you can model their behaviours and replicate their levels of productivity.
Effective Collaboration For Greater Productivity With Gill Tiney
Effective collaboration is the key to being able to leverage the skills, knowledge, wisdom, energy and effort of others. Aristotle said "the whole is greater than the sum of the parts" and never is that more true than when you collaborate effectively...
Self Limiting Beliefs And What To Do About Them With Steve McDermott
[WARNING - in the introduction, Michael says the the full title of Steve's new book which does contain profanity]
Self limiting beliefs will definitely get in the way of you developing your productivity. If you don’t deal with them then they’ll also prevent you from achieving peak performance. This episode covers what a self limiting belief is, where they come from and what you can do about them.
Hear how award winning international motivational speaker and personal development funny man Steve McDermott has navigated the tricky waters of beliefs for himself and how he helps others do the same too.
About Steve Mcdermott
Steve McDermott is a former Ad Agency Creative director turned motivational speaker who recently celebrated his 26.2 years as a professional speaker by delivering 26.2 live shows lasting 26.2 minutes for 26 consecutive nights before then running a 26.2 mile solo marathon for charity.
An expert in communication, his presentation coaching through his company the Confident Club has been described as the most powerful in the world.
Not surprising from someone who has been voted European Motivational Speaker of the year a staggering 3 times with an impressive client list that reads like the FTSE 100.
His approach, that has been described as half business guru, half stand up comedian regularly receives fantastic reviews.
Although the feedback he is most proud of was from legendary football player and world cup winner Jack Charlton who told him as a boy that he can't pass but he could tackle.
Proud of his Yorkshire roots, he once taught the topic "Yorkshire" in Sheffield, his no nonsense, straight talking and humorous approach to his work runs through every page of the latest edition of his best selling book called "How to Be a Complete and Utter F**k Up - 47 1/2 Steps To Lasting Underachievement"
Forming Productive Habits That Work With Steve Marriott
Forming Productive Habits is a key skill to develop if you want to up your game and get more done. There’s a lot of folklore and old wives tales about what you need to do and how long it takes to form any habit.
However a growing body of behavioural and neuroscience research has helped us understand what happens when we form a habit. This research is also showing us how we can take control of that process by choice.
In this episode, neuro-enthusiast Steve Marriott dissects the anatomy of a habit and how it is formed in our brain. His insights will help you when forming productive habits.
About Steve Marriott
Steve Marriott is a behavioural specialist with over 25 years of experience in the people development space.
The author of two books, he is a prolific facilitator, speaker and performance coach and has worked in some of the toughest and most regulated industries in the world
He has majored in leadership development focusing on the practical intersection of neuroscience and performance psychology to create a cutting edge approach to working with teams and their leaders.
A brilliant presenter and insightful facilitator, his ability to manage, engage and stimulate learning with even the toughest of audiences is impressive to say the least.
I was really excited about having Steve on the show for two reasons.
The first was because of his depth of knowledge of neuroscience and the amount of preparation I know he did for the interview, even though I told him not to.
But secondly because I have personally worked with and alongside him for the last 10 and have seen first hand how brilliant his insights are.
So it was a real joy and a privilege to have such a great friend and valued colleague on the show.
How To Sleep Better For Productive Peak Performance With Wellbeing Expert Celynn Morin
Knowing how to sleep better is an important skill to develop if you want to become a productive peak performer. More and more research is starting to reveal just how important sleep is to your well being, your health and ultimately how much you can get done in your busy day.
In this episode we discuss the things you can do during your day with wellbeing expert Celynn Morin so you’ll know exactly how to sleep better.
Celynn Morin is a qualified dietician and wellbeing consultant with a practical and playful approach to helping business leaders enrich the quality of their lives . She does that by helping them connect their mind, heart, body and spirit in a way that supports their wellness.
The founder of the Well Being Clubhouse, she describes herself as an effervescent foodie whose mission is to convince business leaders they don't have to give up their health whilst building their wealth.
A well travelled award winning and much in demand international speaker for over 20 years, she prides herself on developing and sharing practical frameworks to help people become their own CEOs - Chief Energy Officers.
Born in South Africa to French parents, her love of champagne and her joie de vivre (which I'm embarrassed to say I had to look up means joy of living) helps energise her message of celebrating well being.
If you've ever found your energy waning during your busy days or you're just tired of feeling tired, you're going to want to listen to what Celynn has to say.
Success Mindset For Consistent Peak Performance With Gavin Ingham
Having a Success Mindset is a key factor in whether or not you’ll become a peak performer. There are three factors that contribute to the consistency of any success you have. In this episode I discuss those three factors together with a powerful peak performance ideology with super sales expert and motivation coach Gavin Ingham.
Gavin Ingham, an expert in the success mindset, got into sales after a short career in the Metropolitan Police Force. He made his first sale in the first week, but it then took him another 26 weeks before he made his next sale.
On the brink of leaving the profession he was given a book that gave him a secret to success and inspired him to up his game.
In quick succession he then became his teams top sales performer, the regional top performer and then European top performer and award winner.
His sales career accelerated, rapidly becoming a team leader, sales manager and then the sales and marketing director of a FTSE 250 company.
On the back of that success he then turned his hand to helping others achieve peak performance.
Described by the brilliant Brian Tracy as one of the top motivational coaches in the UK, he has personally worked with over 250,000 people delivering over 2000 paid presentations around the world.
His #IAM10 methodology has helped thousands of professionals become peak performers and today he shares his insights through the #IAM10 show and the Directors Compass - an initiative to support leaders of businesses make smart decisions, employ winning strategies and get better results.
All this from a man who was told as a teenager he was best suited to being a fork lift truck driver.
Today when he is not helping business leaders or inspiring others to peak performance you’ll find him either with his kids, halfway up a tree or eating ice cream.
In our conversation we explore the importance of having a success mindset.
Business Goal Setting And Planning That Works - Robert Craven
Effective business goal setting and planning are crucial if a business is to succeed. It is the foundation to developing a successful business strategy and then executing on that strategy to make it happen.The goal setting and planning principles that...
Loved these podcasts Michael! Especially working from home, was wonderful to listen to the different discussions and think of how I could apply them to myself and my work. - Emily L-M