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Get your Professional and Personal MOJO

concert, celebration, fun

Get your Professional and Personal MOJO

If you want to learn how to fish, watch and learn form a great fisherman. If you want to get better in a sport, you learn and practice under a good coach. Concept is learning from and emulating the habits of pros.
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I recently had to opportunity to read MOJO by Marshall Goldsmith. Marshall is recognized as one of the best executive coaches in the market place. This is a concise little book that covers a lot of territory in a few pages. There are lots of great ideas and you can pick up some of them from his site, www.mojothebook.com .
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There is one I would have you consider. Here is his chart (well, it is my chart with his stuff!).
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Professional MOJO                                     Personal MOJO
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M         K         A          C         A          T          H         R         M         L          G         T
o          n          b          o          u          o          a          e          e          e          r           o
t           o          i           n          t           t           p          w         a          a          a          t
i           w         l           f           h          a          p          a          n          n          t           a
v          l           i           i           e          l           i           r           i           i           i           l
a          e          t           d          n                      n          d          n          n          t
t           d          y          e          t                       e          s          g          g          u
i           g                      n          i                       s                                               d
o          e                      c          c                                                                       e
n                                  e          i
                                                t
                                                y
So, what do you do with it? Well, every day, list out the activities when you do them. Then, grade yourself on a scale from 1 to 10 (Be honest as you are the only one that is going to see it.). Try doing this for a few days or a couple of weeks. I am betting you will see a pattern in both the activities and the grade you give yourself.
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Action Time.

So, here’s the deal. Check out the activities and your grade. Are the activities something that benefits you in the short run? How do they impact you or others in the long run? If they are of benefit in both the long and short run, yet you score low, what are some ways that you can increase your scores? If they benefit you in the short run but not in the long run, are there better uses of your time that are more satisfying and help you reach more important goals? What steps are you going to take to change your scores or the activities? Try making a list in your journal and sharing them with a few close friends. Post them someplace you can see them to remind yourself. Now, put a date on your calendar to revisit what you wanted to accomplish. On that date, write me a note and let me know what has happened and your good success. If you want a coach to help you flesh these out and keep you accountable, we can do that too. I would look forward to hearing from you.
Come over to our website specifically designed for college preparation.
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To Jump Starting Your College Life!
Coach Rossitto
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