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Jim Canterucci’s April guest is Bestselling author Mark Sanborn on the Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical weekly podcastl.

April 10, 2007 - Jim Canterucci’s April guest is Bestselling author Mark Sanborn. Mark is the author of The Fred Factor and the recently released You Don’t Need a TITLE to Be a Leader.

Jim Canterucci's Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical weekly podcast features experts and their brilliance. Each weekly episode (approximately 15 minutes) features one of the four Personal Brilliance catalysts - Awareness, Curiosity, Focus, and Initiative.

Some of the Mark Sanborn podcast's highlights:

Episode 1 - Awareness

- Free download of an account of the first meeting with Fred from The Fred Factor.

- Why stories provide such an impact.

- Why wanting the “title” is not necessarily the best attitude to move ahead.

- Definitions of success including living life fully.

- How to focus on critical results areas.

- A definition of the little “l” of Leadership.

- Four keys to developing success and living your life fully.

- Why awareness is about choosing your focal point.

- The difference between ability, attitude, and motivation.

- Why it’s important to distinguish between what we could do and what we actually do each day.

- The difference between an obligation and an opportunity.

- How being overwhelmed can lead to a breakthrough.

- How to avoid being a victim of circumstance.

Episode 2 - Curiosity

- How a sense of wonder and awe make a difference.

- Why this is the richest and most exciting time to be alive.

- The key to unlocking opportunity.

- The questions most critical to leadership.

- The difference between beliefs and convictions.

- How to avoid the integrity bait and switch.

- A great definition of integrity.

- Three questions helpful to leaders concerned with motivating others.

- When a reward is motivational.

- What’s wrong with the top ten list of what motivates people?

- Why anything worth doing is worth doing well is not necessarily the best advice.

Episode 3 - Focus

- Why proper focus is paradoxical.

- The one capability that is critical to leadership.

- What to leave at home when you go to Starbucks.

- A technique to minimize distractions.

- The difference between drifting and waiting.

- MVP activities.

Episode 4 – Initiative

- The confusion between meeting and doing.

- The story of Curtis taking initiative.

- What is the little extra that improves an experience?

- Why the big things can allow the little things to have meaning.

- Ways to increase your implementation quotient.

- Common knowledge vs. Action.

- A description of the daily double exercise.

- The daily steps that are key to establishing your success.

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Jim Canterucci is the author of Personal Brilliance. Find out how brilliant you really are with the Personal Brilliance Quotient (PBQ) at www.MyPersonalBrilliance.com.




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