The Art of (Self) Leadership with JG! – Yes…he’s back!

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In preparation for the inaugural Her Life, Her Legacy Live! dynamic leadership development conference/event (aka 100 Amazing Women) we are kicking things off with this special summer series of incredible podcasts to give you a little taste of the type of concepts we’ll be rolling up our sleeves and playing with this fall at the live event.

Now if you know anything about me, you know that while I think inspiration is great – I’m in the business of influencing positive change in the lives of everyone that I serve. So the name of the game with these episodes, as well as the live event here at the Orlando Museum of Art (October 2015), is going to be all about transformation. So get ready!

First on the mic is my friendtor (friend + mentor) Mr. Jason Goldberg (aka JG), founder of (yup – he’s back!) and JG was so generous in giving us a sneak peek into some of the powerful concepts that will be released in his guaranteed to be a best-selling book, “The Art of (Self) Leadership.”

If you are a leader anywhere in your life (Hint: if you’re reading this, I hate to break it to you, but you’re a leader :-) )  then you’re going to want to take a listen, take notes, and if it moves you… take action! It will be incredibly hard not to take action, once you know how to ACT. To find out what “ACT” stands for you’re gonna have to take a listen. You’re also going to have to listen to find out exactly why “your intuition is drunk.” I can barely type that without laughing.

Alright my friends click on JG’s pic to tune in and get ready to be showered with wisdom. Oh and if this served you on your self-leadership development journey then be kind and share the wisdom with another amazing leader you know.

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How to Reinvent Yourself with Jason Goldberg of MEometry

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What does an award-winning entrepreneur, former rapper (who opened for the Wu-Tang Clan) and previously 332lb man (who has since lost over 120lbs) have in common? Click here to find out:


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Are You an Imposter? (Part 2 of 2)


Last Friday I was sitting at Panera with my good friend Jason, both of us hard at work on our individual business projects, when he hit me with this question, “Do you think I should recreate this exercise and put it in my own framework so that I’m not taking it directly from <insert author’s name>?”

I immediately told him, “No.”

Now before you start calling me an accomplice to a robbery hear me out.

Jason went on to explain how even though he made a few modifications to the overall exercise; when it was all said and done, the foundation for this particular assessment would be taken directly from another author. At first…he felt like an imposter.

I proceeded to tell him that there was no reason to reinvent the wheel and reassured him that sharing this exercise with his tribe would NOT make him an imposter, but a trusted leader at the helm of his community. In fact, I reminded him that the author he was borrowing from (and citing of course) most likely took the framework from someone else, who stole it from someone else, who got it from someone else. In fact, it was Pablo Picasso who said, “Good artists copy, great artists steal.” (tweetable)

Whether it’s a framework, exercise, melody, beat to a song, technique, strategy, or format, the bottom line is that we are all inspired by and create adaptations of the works which moves us.
Kiby Furguson reassures us that “Everything is a remix,” and even the bible claims that “there’s nothing new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

What does this mean for you?

It means you can take that imposter syndrome and toss it out with the other garbage in your head that’s blocking you from doing your work that really matters.

So what action will you take today?

Perhaps it’s: making a phone call, buying that domain name, scheduling your first informational interview, or citing the source and shipping your user guide. Whatever it is…now that you know you’re not an imposter I suggest you get to work.

The world needs that special something that only you have to give so hop to it.

As always remember…

“Your life is your message. How you live will determine your legacy.” – Theresa Campbell

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