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Discover the surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results. Learn how the most successful people in the world approach productivity, time management, business, health and habits with The ONE Thing. A ProduKtive® Podcast.

The ONE Thing Geoff Woods

    • Business
    • 4.9, 655 Ratings

Discover the surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results. Learn how the most successful people in the world approach productivity, time management, business, health and habits with The ONE Thing. A ProduKtive® Podcast.

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4.9 out of 5
655 Ratings

655 Ratings

Rose, Nina ,

Happy to know I made someone’s day today

A few days before I stumbled across this podcast AT WORK, I put out to the universe naturally and prayed spiritually for something to renew my drive and passion for all aspects of my life....here it is. I am a strong believer in the laws of attraction. Today is my first day listening and reading the FREE copy of The One Thing. My lunch break has been consumed by it and I’m motivated to get back to work to implement 1 thing. I love how personable and realistic these methods are. I had to leave a review because I know when my vision is brought to fruition I am going to want the same in return. One of Steve Job’s top 10 rules of success are to be a great storyteller because you have to share your journey for the next person and the next....

Thank you for all you do!

Nina

treshayes ,

The ONE Thing for Managing Grief with Casey Belguard

Casey Belguard - thank you. Thank you for sharing your heartbreak with us and offering hope through the darkest times. Thank you ONE Thing for “going there” and being real to acknowledge that sometimes life shreds us (it can happen to ANY one at any time), and the ONE thing truly becomes to get out of bed... to show up and do ONE thing to knock over the first domino. I have never thought about becoming a “master of grief,” although I’ve certainly had “time on task over time.” What a concept! This podcast will help so many people - and it helped me. It humbled me and refreshed my perspective to begin this day with gratitude and hope. Thank you, Casey and Geoff.

disatisfied business owner ,

Where would I be without this?

I started listening to the OneThing Podcast in March of 2019 after just having read it as part of a book club in my KW office. The concept of the book was very enticing, and admittedly I resisted the simplistic nature having prided myself as a workhorse and multi-tasker. In addition to the weekly release, I made it part of my morning routine to get a little bit of a past episode in each day, and as of this writing only have another dozen or so episodes to catch up on and then will have listened to all 200+.

From the first podcast, I have identified strongly with Geoff. He is a little more outgoing and bubbly (if that's the right word) than I am, however beyond that I can see similarities the thought process, intense emotional nature, skills and strengths, to a large degree our purpose. Come to find out we even share the same birthday!! He has been my indirect coach as I too go on my journey of mastering great questions and a silent script partner that has helped me tremendously. That being said, it was actually Kaelyn that hit me square between the eyes this morning. Well, technically Gene Rivers teed it up and then she connected perfectly with her swing;

This past week going into Mega Camp, I identified that I needed a big change in my life. I needed a reset. I have a lot going on in my personal life (possibly to be shared later) that has challenged me and would under normal circumstances. However, given the new responsibilities of taking over and rebuilding the PC coaching program while also meeting my goals of tripling my business this year has some added difficulty. Without the OneThing, I don't think there'd be a vision at all as I have come to terms with the things I cannot change and the direction I take forward. The vision I had flying to Austin this week couldn't have been better capped off by the latest podcast with Gene Rivers to focus on what I CAN DO. Around minute 25 in episode 202, I'm paraphrasing it though Gene says "Your ship isn't going to come in. Master the job you’re in and that’ll allow you to swim out to your ship." You also said near that statement "My mentor told me to stop knocking my stepping stone". Man, talk about getting hit with a ton of bricks. I know my highest calling and purpose is several steps ahead of where I am, and yet I have not truly given my current step the respect of mastering it.

That changes today! This morning, as I'm doing my daily catching up and listen to epsode 157, around the 60 minute mark Kaelyn provided the mortar that's cementing that change. Her words (paraphrasing) "when you look at 80% items individually on a to-do list, they don't seem like a big deal. When every single one is tallied as a distraction against your most important work, the severity sets in". I've heard from Geoff a hundred times "according to Gary Keller, until his One Thing is done everything else is a distraction". It didn't resonate the way her comparison did.

I have taken inventory and re-prioritized my 20% work and have a plan in place for everything else when I earn the right. Half the items I had on my list to do from Mega Camp have been accounted for on a "get to it" list that for now is intentionally being ignored and the rest has been removed or leveraged out. I will continue to work on mastering my journey and cannot put into words the appreciation I have for the role this podcast has played in that. I have and will continue to share this life-changing concept!!!

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