In this interview, you’ll learn about how you can do a better job of setting yourself up for success. Tony Martoignetti is writer and coach that shares his wisdom about leadership. One of my favorite parts of this interview is how he uses Sundays to find little sparks to improve his life.
Highlights from the interview:
- When he was a kid he used draw based on emotion instead of typical stick figures.
- Why you need this ingredient before you can inspire others.
- The difference between motivation and inspiration.
- Finding moments that spark us and how they are clues to our lives.
- Why learning how others perceived him that helped guide his career choices.
- The value of journaling.
- How he journals to help his career.
- How do you say “Yes” to the right things and “No” to the wrong things.
- The weekly spark.
- How an hour every Sunday changed his life.
- Developing journal prompts to help him grow.
- Preparing yourself for success.
- Redesign your weekly processes so you reduce the issues that you struggle with.
- Taking control of your calendar so you fill your bucket.
- Noticing your energy levels around your tasks and projects.
- How our ego gets in the way of improving our learning speed.
- Finding professional leverage to help you grow your career.
- Maximizing your daily processes.
- Doing more with less.
- How can we push outside our comfort zone to grow in areas that will help us make big strides on our lives.
- Understanding the “why” behind your need to improve a habit.
You can learn more about Tony Martignetti over at Inspired Purpose Partners. You can also connect with him on Linked.
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