Rob Hatch is an ordinary man behind an extraordinary voice
Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged
Matt Stephens and Rob Hatch discuss the immense privilege they feel to have the opportunity to commentate on professional cycling for a living. While there might be a lot of ego in the business, Rob’s down-to-earth approach to life is refreshing and his mantra of "be nice to people" is something we can all learn from. With funny stories from behind the microphone, like when the fog at the 2021 Giro d’Italia meant he had to commentate without any pictures, this is a refreshing chat between two great friends. But how well does Rob know fellow Accringtonian Mystic Meg’s racehorse business?
Putting Leadership Success in Your Way with Rob Hatch - Part 2
The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership
How does one become the "Architect" of your own life? And how can one do that as a nonprofit leader, leading their organization?On today's episode, Tim and Nathan share part 2 of their interview with Rob Hatch, co-founder and President of Owner Media group. Rob is also the author of Attention!: The power of simple decisions in a distracted world.Rob continues to share about his journey as a Nonprofit Executive Director and what he has learned about leading yourself and your organization. On the podcast, Rob mentions the book, The Checklist Manifesto.You can contact Rob at https://robhatch.com or email him at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Hosts of The Practice of NonProfit Leadership:Tim Barnes serves as the Executive Vice President of International Association for Refugees (IAFR) and can be contacted at email@example.com. Nathan Ruby serves as the Executive Director of Friends of the Children of Haiti (FOTCOH) and can be contacted at Nathan@fotcoh.org.They can also be reached at www.nonprofiltleader.online.All opinions and ideas shared on the podcast are those of the hosts and do not represent the opinions or ideas of their respective organizations.
Putting Leadership Success in Your Way with Rob Hatch - Part 1
The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership
So many demands on your time and decisions to make. How does one get everything done and experience leadership success as a Nonprofit Executive Director?On today's episode, Tim and Nathan share part 1 of their interview with Rob Hatch, co-founder and President of Owner Media group. Rob is also the author of Attention!: The power of simple decisions in a distracted world. Rob shares about his journey as a Nonprofit Executive Director and what he has learned about leading yourself and your organization. Among other practical wisdom, Rob talks about 3 Key Principles:Willpower Is LimitedDecisions are a DistractionHabits are a Powerful ForceYou can contact Rob at https://robhatch.com.Tim Barnes serves as the Executive Vice President of International Association for Refugees (IAFR) and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Nathan Ruby serves as the Executive Director of Friends of the Children of Haiti (FOTCOH) and can be contacted at Nathan@fotcoh.org.They can also be reached at www.nonprofiltleader.online.All opinions and ideas shared on the podcast are those of the hosts and do not represent the opinions or ideas of their respective organizations.
Every Monday, I always sit down to review the week that I had before, and I asked myself this one question: What's one project that I move forward last week that future Michelle will thank me for? Sometimes it's working on a sales page or updating my playbooks that I use with my clients. And sometimes it's revising and expanding the Three Word Rebellion book. And other times it's nothing. The week got away from me. I had client work. There were things going on in the world that were distracting to me and I didn't get done what I set out to do. And I want to say, sometimes that is absolutely okay. We need those respite weeks to recharge our creativity. But more times than not, it bums me out. And then I read a book that changed everything. It was one simple thing I could do every week that would guarantee that I get something done. At least one thing done to move a project forward where future Michelle would be thrilled with past Michelle. Where I could feel like I was getting ahead and not behind in the things I was working on. Or I can feel like I was a success. So I did what my guest, Rob Hatch, calls “putting success in your way.” And when I heard that phrase, I thought, “Wow, what a great Three Word Rebellion.” And I knew I had to talk to him about how he took that idea from a Post-It note and turned it into a book. Tune into the episode to hear more: https://drmichellemazur.com/2021/01/put-success-in-your-way-with-rob-hatch.html
I get more work done, faster and have more energy with Attention! – Rob Hatch
Decide for Impact podcast
Vandaag het gesprek met Rob Hatch.Attention! is a great book if you feel that you have more important work to do and just don’t get to it.Rob Hatch is the co-founder and president of Owner Media Group, providing strategies and skills for the modern business. He brings a unique blend of knowledge and background in the field of Human Development with his experience as a successful business leader and executive coach, and his weekly newsletter is read by tens of thousands of individuals all over the world. As a speaker, trainer, and coach, Rob works primarily with business leaders and teams, guiding them through critical transitions in their organization. He’s the author of Attention! The power of simple decisions in a distracted world.Rob's book - Attention! - made me even happier with the structure that I already use. With the ideas in the book I have also changed how to organize my work, and now I get more done in less time and have more energy. It almost sounds like a sales pitch for the book but I am just happy with the effect on my work. The three goals’ each day is something I have been using for years and plays an important part in Attention! I have started using the white sheet of paper, the focus block, and added the duration for each goal.We talk about how he came with the idea of the focus block in the morning doing 3 things and only spend 40 minutes on each goal. Without distractions, no phone, no social media, no internet, just the work. I als share my experience with the blank sheet to write down ideas that pop-up while working on the 3 goals.Listen to this conversation to learn more about Rob’s motivation and the principles in the book. Enjoy the insights with Rob.Let’s get started…More on Rob:owner.media – Rob's business with Chris BroganRobHatch.com – Rob's primary site and blogwww.linkedin.com/in/rob-hatch/Twitter: @RobHatchBook Attention!
How to Eliminate Distractions and Put Success in Your Way: 'Attention' Author Rob Hatch on Marketing Smarts [Podcast]
Marketing Smarts from MarketingProfs
As marketers, we compete for our audience's attention--and struggle to focus attention on our own work. Rob Hatch, CEO of Owner Media Group and author of the book Attention!, shares advice and insights from his book.
Rob Hatch on Time, Attention, Information Overload and Focus
Beyond the To-Do List
Rob Hatch is the co-founder and President of Owner Media Group, providing strategies and skills for the modern business. He is also a highly sought after business coach and advisor serving executives and owners of organizations large and small.Rob's new book is 'Attention!: The Power of Simple Decisions in a Distracted World'. In this conversation Rob talks with Erik about creating a flexible approach that gives you the space to focus your attention on what is important, the power to make decisions aligned with your goals, and the ability to take action.This episode is brought to you by:Brain.fmBetterhelp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"We are bombarded every single day by buzzes and dings and notifications... I wanted to help people find some simple ways to reclaim the power of their decisions instead of reacting all the time, to take a breath or to set up some simple rules and systems that they could use to make better decisions for their life, for their business." Rob Hatch had been training to write a book for nine years without knowing it, as he built up not only a loyal readership for his weekly newsletter (all now poised to buy his book on launch day) but also his own writing practice. In this conversation we talk about making technology work for us rather than against us, finding your people, seeking out critical feedback and some super-practical tips to help you regain control of your most precious resource of all - your attention.
Esta semana, Goga y Marisol hablan de medios, ciclismo y expectativas de la temporada con nuestro colega Rob Hatch voz oficial del ciclismo en Eurosport y también con el ciclista español Víctor de la Parte sobre su equipo CCC, su calendario y cómo ve el inminente arranque de la temporada