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Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life.

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Short-term wins are easy. Sustained achievement is another story. On Lead to Win join New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and discover how current research combines with timeless wisdom for lasting success. From personal productivity to personal development, self-leadership to team leadership, and intentionality to influence, get the insights and tools you need to win at work and succeed at life.

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Great Leadership Podcast

By MLife77 - Dec 09 2019
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Really enjoy the insights they share - very practical!

Leadership and life lessons with incredible impact!

By Clint Sanders - Dec 06 2019
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I can’t get enough of the leadership lessons from this podcast. Michael

iTunes Ratings

1212 Ratings
Average Ratings
1129
46
18
7
12

Great Leadership Podcast

By MLife77 - Dec 09 2019
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Really enjoy the insights they share - very practical!

Leadership and life lessons with incredible impact!

By Clint Sanders - Dec 06 2019
Read more
I can’t get enough of the leadership lessons from this podcast. Michael
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Lead to Win

Latest release on Feb 25, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: #004: How to Beat the Burnout Culture

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In today’s job world, burnout is a constant threat. Email and smartphones keep us constantly connected. Worse still, we lionize leaders who never rest. Famous CEOs tout 80-hour workweeks and we wear busyness like a badge of honor. Join us to discover the causes of our overwork obsession—and its cure.

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Nov 07 2017

49mins

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Rank #2: #003: Better Things Come to Those Who Wait

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We live in an instant culture. But if we limit ourselves to fast and easy, we miss out on any wins that require patience or persistence. Honestly, most big wins fall into that second category. In this episode, we’ll share three practices to extend your frustration tolerance and boost your stamina for long-term success.

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Oct 31 2017

45mins

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Rank #3: #033: 4 Rituals That Make You Super Productive

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Michael and Megan show you exactly how to overcome unseen obstacles to productivity so you'll be less stressed, more focused, end each day with a feeling of accomplishment.

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Aug 07 2018

32mins

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Rank #4: #089: Productivity by Enneagram Type (Part 1)

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Leaders all want to achieve. But sometimes it feels like you’re your own worst enemy. Either you’re too perfectionistic, or too much of a people pleaser, or so much of a conflict avoider that you have trouble getting things done. It’s frustrating and discouraging to fall into the same old traps over and over. 

There’s a better way. We’ve got expert advice on a proven, helpful system for understanding your unique stressors and motivations, and those of the people around you. When you understand yourself, you’ll finally start working with yourself instead of against yourself. You’ll escape that nagging regret of falling prey to your own foibles, and your productivity will skyrocket.

In this double episode (listen to Part 2 here) we’re joined by Ian Morgan Cron, author of The Road Back to You and an expert on the Enneagram. Ian shares valuable insights on the essential characteristics of each type. He also shares how they influence productivity both positively and negatively. Best of all, we’ll hear important tips for maximizing productivity by majoring on the strengths of your type and minimizing the weaknesses. 

When we’re done, you’ll have a basic idea of how to improve your productivity based on your unique personality! 

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This episode is so valuable you won’t want to keep it to yourself! We’re certain your friends will love learning more about their personalities and how they affect productivity. Please drop a link to this episode in your favorite social channel and tag the universe! Remember the hashtag #leadtowin.

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Oct 22 2019

43mins

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Rank #5: #098: How to Do One-on-One Meetings

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Leaders are often great solo achievers. But to be a truly great leader, you need to lead a great team. We’ve noticed that some leaders give too little attention to team members. Others smother them with communication and requests for updates. It’s challenging to find the right level of interaction to keep a team on track. 

Based on decades of team leadership, we’ve developed a communication rhythm that guarantees your team members are well motivated, well-resourced, and highly productive. 

Using this structure for personal contact, you’ll move from responding to problems to resourcing your team for success. And your own band width will increase as your team becomes more engaged and independent than ever before. 

Here’s what’s ahead in this episode. 

  • Two extremes leaders may default to when leading teams. 
  • The consequence of either micromanaging or abdicating leadership. 
  • Why leading teams is such a challenge for many leaders. 
  • The most common mistakes in conducting one-on-one meetings.
  • How often and how long to meet with your direct reports.  
  • Four questions you should ask your direct reports each week. 
  • How to gauge your team members’ margin and capacity. 
  • Pitfalls you need to avoid when conducting one-on-one meetings.
  • How we learned (the hard way!) not to cancel team meetings.
  • How to guide your team to solving their own problems. 
  • Why you need an agenda for one-on-ones, and what happens when you go off script. 
  • What makes a quarterly one-on-one different from a weekly meeting. 
  • Why direct reports need to prepare for quarterly one-on-ones, and how to do that.
  • Five questions to ask during a quarterly one-on-one. 
  • The question guaranteed to provoke self-assessment in your team members. 
  • A simple question that will uncover blind spots in your leadership. 
  • How to respond when a team member shares something critical with you. 

Now that you’ve got a good rhythm for meeting with your team members, here’s your next step. Determine the one-on-one rhythm that works for you, and schedule it with your team members. Remember, what gets calendared gets done!

Who Needs This?

Do you know someone who could benefit from this episode? Why not help them out with a link. Text this episode to a leader who could use help in structuring one-on-ones. Or better yet, drop it into your favorite social channel with the hashtag #leadtowin. 

We count on you to spread the word about the podcast, so thanks for helping us get it in front of other leaders. 

And if you’re not already following us on Instagram, click on these links to get connected. We love reading your comments about the podcast! That’s @michaelhyatt and @meganhyattmiller on Instagram. 

Resources from This Episode

  • “25 Things You Can Delegate to an Assistant,” free download from BELAY. Text “LEADTOWIN” (all one word) to 31996.

Dec 24 2019

37mins

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Rank #6: #054: The 3x3 Goal Achievement Strategy

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Leaders dream big. But too often, our greatest goals get lost in the whirlwind of daily tasks and interruptions. Today, we’ll give you three simple practices that will ensure your goals stay on track all year long. You’ll avoid the pain of seeing your biggest goals slip through your fingers - and you’ll feel satisfaction at seeing steady progress until they're finally achieved.

For complete notes and related articles, visit leadto.win.

Jan 08 2019

26mins

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Rank #7: #091: How to Create More Margin in Your Personal Life

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Every leader needs a full and balanced life to be fully effective. But when you leave work, it can feel like you’re going to your second job—home. Managing a household and family take tons of time and energy. It’s exhausting, and it leaves you with no gas in the tank for family or personal interests. 

We’ve found a solution. Be applying the same goal achievement techniques to your home that you use at work, you really can free yourself to focus on the things that matter most in your personal and family life. 

When you do, you’ll escape that feeling of overwhelm that strikes every time you think about home. And you’ll free up tons of time for rest, relationships, and rejuvenation. We’ll show you how, inside this episode. 

Here’s a preview— 

  • Why you absolutely need to eliminate, automate, and delegate at home, just like at work. 
  • How to get out of “reaction mode” in managing your home. 
  • Why not every household task should be done by you
  • What matters most to us in home life. 
  • How the Desire Zone™ applies to your household responsibilities. 
  • Where to start in targeting items for elimination or delegation at home. 
  • Examples of household tasks that can be eliminated. 
  • How to automate housework without hiring staff. 
  • Why it’s worth the time to set up automation of food prep and other tasks. 
  • Michael’s latest favorite tool for home automation. 
  • How automated purchasing can save you a ton of time. 
  • How to determine whether it’s worth it for you to hire housekeepers or landscapers. 
  • How a babysitter can do double duty to help with automation. 
  • A next-level strategy for home management. 
  • How investing in home delegation has improved our family life and business success. 

Ready to make this system work for you? Here’s your next step. Choose just one task connected with your home to eliminate, automate, or delegate. Try it as an experiment. We think you’ll be so happy with your ability to refocus on what matters that you’ll never go back. 

Your Friends Need This!

This episode is too valuable to keep to yourself. Drop a link in your favorite social channel and tag all your friends. Lots of overwhelmed moms and dads will thank you! Don’t forget the hashtag #leadtowin. 

Also, if you’re not already a subscriber to this podcast, do that today. You’ll never miss a new episode packed with practical advice you can use right away. Not sure how to subscribe? Click here

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Nov 05 2019

40mins

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Rank #8: #033: 4 Rituals That Make You Super Productive (Encore)

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We all want to be more productive. But you know how it goes—a little late getting started, a quick task you just remembered, and then it’s non-stop interruptions all day long. Where does the day go? 

Trust us when we say we’ve been there. But we finally learned a simple hack to start the day right and maintain focus all day long. 

The secret is a set of four daily rituals—or routines—that get your started right every morning and, every evening, set you up for success the next day. 

Don’t panic! When we say “rituals” we’re really talking about daily routines. You could also call them “stacked habits.” It’s a way of batching all the pesky (and some really important) things that could become disruptions as the day moves along. 

Put these rituals to work for you, and you’ll break free from that feeling of being always a little behind. You’ll replace that with a feeling of calm and control because you know you’re fully prepared for each day.

Inside this episode

  • What a “ritual” is (and isn’t).
  • Scientific reasons why habits work for you.
  • A simple formula for starting a new habit.
  • Three benefits of installing daily rituals.
  • The 9 elements of Michael’s morning ritual.
  • How Megan adapted her morning ritual to having young children. 
  • Megan’s current morning ritual 
  • They key question that makes for a great ritual.
  • Why it’s vital to estimate the time needed for each ritual. 
  • How a startup ritual declutters your day.
  • Elements of a solid startup routine.
  • The very best way to avoid bringing work home each day. 
  • A simple hack to protect the time for your morning and evening routines. 
  • The best way to ensure that you leave the office on time. 
  • How timing evening routine on time sets you up for success the next day.
  • How to get started with creating your daily rituals.

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Jul 30 2019

31mins

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Rank #9: #067: Destroy Distractions with These 9 Focus-Boosting Strategies

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As business owners, we’ve learned that we can’t do our best work sandwiched between meetings and phone calls. We need focused time for strategizing, writing, and working out difficult problems. You probably do too.

But how many times do you get distracted in a typical day? Ten? Fifty? A hundred? Research indicates that the average worker is distracted once every three minutes. We’re swimming upstream against a flood of emails, notifications, texts, and drop-in visitors. You just can’t be productive in that environment.

The good news is that regaining your focus is easier than you think. Just a few simple practices can slam the door on distractions and interruptions and give you the focused time you need for high-leverage work. I’m talking about things you can start doing right now, today.

Here’s happening in this episode—

  • You’ll get practical tips for getting in the “alone zone” so you’re not interrupted.
  • You’ll learn about “meeting free Thursdays” and how that’s boosted our business.
  • You’ll learn how to fight fire with fire, using technology to block distractions.
  • You’ll learn what types of food are scientifically proven to increase mental acuity.
  • You’ll see the connection between listening to music and problem solving, backed by solid research.
  • You’ll hear the best method for ensuring that you take frequent breaks to keep your mind fresh.
  • You’ll learn how the one tool you use every single day can become your firewall against unwanted meetings and visitors.

Plus, our producers surprised us a pop quiz about our own favorite productivity hacks. It was a ton of fun!

After you listen, we hope you’ll choose at least one or two of these simple hacks and start using them today. You’ll be amazed at how it will boost your productivity.

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Apr 16 2019

31mins

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Rank #10: #090: Productivity by Enneagram Type (Part 2)

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Michael continues his conversation with Ian Cron, author of The Road Back to You and an expert on the Enneagram. Ian shares valuable insights on the essential characteristics of each type. He also shares how they influence productivity both positively and negatively. Best of all, we’ll hear important tips for maximizing productivity by majoring on the strengths of your type and minimizing the weaknesses. 

When we’re done, you’ll have a basic idea of how to improve your productivity based on your unique personality! 

(Make sure to listen to Part 1 if you haven't heard it!) 

Share with a Friend

This episode is so valuable you won’t want to keep it to yourself! We’re certain your friends will love learning more about their personalities and how they affect productivity. Please drop a link to this episode in your favorite social channel and tag the universe! Remember the hashtag #leadtowin.

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Oct 29 2019

38mins

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Rank #11: #006: The Gratitude Advantage

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It’s easy to assume that the benefits of gratitude are primarily external. But the latest research reveals that thankfulness offers major payoffs on our side of the equation, too. Discover the advantages of gratitude—and specific practices to harness them—in this week’s episode.

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Nov 21 2017

49mins

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Rank #12: #092: How to Stay Mentally Fit

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Leaders love to see progress. But growth brings a whole new set of problems. You may find yourself stuck in reaction mode, feeling more like a fireman than a leader. Dealing with problems all day can drain your mental energy. After awhile, you may have no bandwidth left for vision and strategy. 

After more than 40 years in business, we’ve learned how to lead a fast-growing business and maintain time for critical thinking. We call it staying mentally FFIT. 

With this simple system, you’ll have greater mental clarity than ever before. You will stay out of reaction mode and keep your focus on innovation. Rather than feeling exhausted when you think about work, you’ll be energized by new possibilities. Try it, and get back in front of the change curve again!  

Here’s a preview of this episode. 

  • Why you must have a regular practice of intentional thought. 
  • Why scheduled “think time” doesn’t always work. 
  • Why your business demands a shift from doing to thinking. 
  • One solid way to bake think time into your life. 
  • How thought time gives your business an edge. 
  • The kinds of questions you should be asking of yourself and business. 
  • Why you need to be uninterrupted during your focused thought time. 
  • Can focused thought be done with others, or only alone? 
  • How outside input fuels your thought life. 
  • The value of physical activity in activating your thought life. 
  • Why serendipitous breakthroughs are not enough to fuel your business. 
  • The simple practice that will help you think more intentionally. 
  • Practical advice for people who have trouble writing down their thoughts. 
  • The difference between reflective thinking and reactive thinking. 
  • How the Hustle Fallacy inhibits your ability to think critically. 
  • What critical thinking is and why it matters in your business. 
  • The cause-and-effect chain from a leader’s thoughts to business results. 
  • How asking different questions can transform your business results. 

Once you’ve listened to this episode, here’s your next step. Ask yourself this simple question: What is my biggest obstacle to frequent, focused, intentional thinking, and what can I do about it? 

You’ll be well on your way to solving that—and many other—problems. 

Tell Us What You Think

We love reading your reactions to Lead to Win on iTunes. If you haven’t left a review yet, would you do that now? That also helps keep the show visible to other leaders. Need help? Click here.

We also love getting feedback through Instagram. You can follow us at @michaelhyatt and @meganhyattmiller. We think you’ll enjoy our posts there as well.  

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Nov 12 2019

28mins

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Rank #13: #079: 3 Habits of Wise Leaders

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Good leaders want to do the right thing. But sometimes we can be our own worst enemy. Have you ever made a really dumb choice that cost you a relationship or an opportunity? 

It’s so discouraging to realize you’ve made an avoidable mistake. It can even make you question your decision making ability. 

But you can recover. 

When we see people who seem to always make the best decision, it’s tempting to believe that they’re just smarter than we are, or maybe have a unique gift. Not true! Nobody is born wise. 

The good news is that wisdom is a trait you can acquire. 

Over a lifetime of practice (and the mistakes to go with it) we’ve distilled our learning into 3 habits that wise leaders consistently practice. 

Put these habits to work for you, and you’ll begin to see a huge difference. You’ll avoid the regret and disappointment that come with repeated failure. Your decision making will improve, you’ll make better choices, and you’ll become the respected leader you aspire to be. 

Once you’ve listened to this episode, ask yourself this key question: “In what area of my leadership am I most reluctant to receive honest feedback from others, especially those closest to me?” 

Your answer will indicate the primary place to apply what you’ve learned here. When you do, you’ll be well on your way to wisdom. 

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If Lead to Win is making a difference in your life, share the good news! The simplest way to do that is to click one of the social media buttons in the sidebar. Tag three people you want to encourage, and share the love. 

And remember to follow us on Instagram: @michaelhyatt and @meghmiller. You’ll get the benefit of our latest ideas and advance notice of new products. It’s also a great place to engage. Yes, we do read your comments and frequently respond! 

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Aug 13 2019

29mins

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Rank #14: #101: 3 Essentials for Executive Moms

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As a leader, you thrive on the challenges of running your business. But if you also happen to be a wife and a mom, you feel pulled in another direction. It seems that whenever you’re at work, you’re thinking at home. And when you’re home, you don’t feel fully present either. You may wonder why you can’t seem to get it together, like so many “Super Moms.”

Here’s the truth: Super Mom is a fictional creature. Every successful leader who is also a mom must navigate the challenges of this unique role. And you can! 

We’ll show you how to quit trying to “do it all” and get clarity on the things that really matter to you. When you do, the weight of those unrealistic expectations will fall away. You’ll find be super-focused when at work, and fully present at home. 

Here’s a preview of this episode. 

  • Why this topic is valuable for men too, also for women who are not moms. 
  • Why being a professional mom is different from being a professional dad. 
  • The most dangerous myth that working moms struggle with. 
  • The forces that shape our expectations for ourselves as women.
  • Why you have to get clear and specific about what a “win” looks like at home.
  • The key question that will lead you to freedom as a working parent. 
  • Why success may look different in your family than in another’s. 
  • The killer emotion that derails many working moms. 
  • A simple exercise that helps you stop pumping the ambition brake. 
  • The single best way to navigate this issue with your spouse. 
  • What is “co-parenting” and how is it different from many think? 
  • Questions spouses can use to help set family priorities. 
  • Why balance matters more than fairness in managing your home. 
  • One set of preconceived notions you should set aside when negotiating agreements with your spouse. 
  • Why self-care is vital—but elusive—for working moms. 
  • Tips for designing your own self-care regimen. 
  • The one gift you must give yourself as a professional mom. 

After  you listen to this episode, try this. Ask yourself the question, “What do I want most in my home and family life?” If you are married, include your spouse in that discussion. It’s your first step in shedding unrealistic expectations and creating a “win” at life. 

Thanks for the Love!

Thank you to “Scoop Miser” who left these comments about the podcast on iTunes. “I can’t recommend this podcast enough. Informative, insightful, entertaining and applicable to anyone looking to improve in all facets of life. I look forward to the new episode like a kid on Christmas Eve waiting for Santa. Thanks, Larry, Megan, and Michael.” 

You’re welcome, Scoop. And thanks for the good words, and thanks to all of you who have left a rating or review of the podcast. That helps so much to get the word out.

If you haven’t done so, you can rate the program right now. If you’re not sure how to do that, check out this simple tutorial. We would love to hear your thoughts. 

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Jan 14 2020

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Rank #15: #057: 4 Questions That Will Transform Your Leadership

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Leaders want to provide the answers that drive results. And in the information age, easy answers are everywhere. That’s why leaders must get better at asking powerful questions. In this episode, we reveal how to drive results with four surprisingly simple questions that have the power to transform your leadership and your business.

For more about this episode, a complete transcript of the show, plus other helpful links, make sure to visit http://leadto.win.

Feb 05 2019

32mins

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Rank #16: #083: Next-Level Strategies for Weekly Planning

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Leaders like to plan their work and work their plan. The problem is that real-life gets in the way. Interruptions, distractions, and unforeseen problems can make a trainwreck of your week even before it leaves the station. By Friday, you can feel exhausted, overwhelmed, and wonder, “What did I really accomplish?” There’s got to be a better way to plan your week.  

Well, there is! And we can teach it to you. We’ve seen our share of Monday to Friday chaos, and we’ve developed a simple system that lets you take control of your week and ensure that you stay focused. 

Try these next-level strategies, and you’ll finally escape the sickening feeling of never getting anything done. You’re going to start loving Mondays again!

Don’t miss out on the free download that goes along with this episode, the Perfect Progress Checklist. It’s a simple tool to tuck inside your Full Focus Planner to kick your weekly planning into high gear. Get yours now. 

Your Friends Need This

We’ll bet you have at least one friend who really needs these tips on weekly planning. Why not help them out by texting a link to this episode right now? 

You can also share it on your favorite social media platform. Just click one of the links in the sidebar and use the hashtag #leadtowin. 

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Sep 11 2019

27mins

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Rank #17: #084: Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's Your Action Plan

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Leaders thrive on getting things done. The problem is that there’s more to be done than any one person can accomplish. That can leave you feeling overwhelmed, even paralyzed. Ever found yourself procrastinating because you couldn’t decide what to do next? 

There’s a better way. 

We’ve got a simple plan for any time you feel overwhelmed at work. These four action steps will help you regain your margin and be more productive than ever. 

If you find yourself feeling dread rather than excitement when you think about work, it’s time for a change. Try it and see!

This episode of Lead to Win is brought to you by the new Classic, Executive, and Bold Full Focus Planners. Find out more at leadto.win/planner.

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Here’s what we talk about inside this episode—   

  • What’s really making you feel overwhelmed.
  • The real secret to ending overwhelm.
  • How to regain a sense of control in your life. 
  • A simple technique for culling your to-do list. 
  • How your favorite productivity tool might be contributing to your overwhelm. 
  • How to recognize your productivity sinkholes.
  • How the doom loop of dread, procrastination, and overwhelm contributes to your problem. 
  • How an associate or mentor can help you identify the key tasks that drive your overwhelm. 
  • Why not delegating costs you both time and money. 
  • How your need for control is driving your crazy! 
  • The emotional flip-flop that occurs when you learn how to delegate. 
  • Entry-level ways to begin delegating, even if you don’t have an assistant.
  • Why it is vital that you calendar your work, not just your appointments. 
  • Why you need to add personal tasks and projects into your daily planning. 

Once you’ve listened to this episode, here’s your next step. Do a “brain dump” and put all your tasks, projects, appointments, and commitments on the table. That will give you the objectivity you need to evaluate where you are and make decisions about your highest leverage tasks. You’ll start feeling better immediately!

Who Do You Know Who Needs This? If you’re feeling overwhelmed, you’re certainly not alone. Chances are good that you have a friend or coworker who could benefit from this episode. Why not share it? Drop a link to this episode into your favorite social channel, and take three or four people you know. Let’s help everybody regain their balance! Use the hashtag #leadtowin. 

Sep 17 2019

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Rank #18: #037: How to Think Straight

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In this episode Michael and Megan expose the three critical errors leaders must avoid in order to make high-leverage choices with confidence.

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Sep 04 2018

22mins

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Rank #19: #062: My Must-Have Apps for Productivity in 2019

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Leaders have to be super productive. The problem is that the digital environment is filled with distractions, interruptions, and repetitive tasks. It can be frustrating to  get the simplest tasks done. It doesn’t have to be that way!

In this episode, Michael Hyatt rates and reviews his top 10 tech tools to increase productivity. Install these tools, and you’ll finally escape the distractions and interruptions that hamper your productivity. You’ll gain mastery and focus will help you get more of the right things done.

Pre-order Michael's new book, Free to Focus, at www.freetofocus.com.

For complete show notes, visit http://leadto.win.

Mar 12 2019

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Rank #20: #035: Fake Work and How to Avoid It

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Find out how much non-productive "fake work" is costing your business—and 3 surefire steps to eliminate it!

For more information, visit leadto.win.

Presented by LeaderBox.

Aug 21 2018

28mins

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