029 You Are Your Words: Being Human with Helen Keller • PODCAST [Refresh]

029 You Are Your Words: Being Human with Helen Keller • PODCAST [Refresh]

 


 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastRecognizing language as central to our humanity opens tremendous possibilities for satisfaction and growth.

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028 “Got to” vs “Get to” • PODCAST [Refresh]

028 “Got to” vs “Get to” • PODCAST [Refresh]

 


 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastShifting this verbal habit will boost your energy and satisfaction; details in this quick audio message from The Business Owner’s Executive Coach, Tony Mayo.

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025 Capsule Coaching for All Leaders • PODCAST [Refresh]

025 Capsule Coaching for All Leaders • PODCAST [Refresh]

 


 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastA quick message on the most important thing for leaders to learn and two things they must do, from The Business Owner’s Executive Coach.

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024 For You, It’s a Choice • PODCAST [Refresh]

024 For You, It’s a Choice • PODCAST [Refresh]

 


Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastA quick message on shaking off the burden of obligations and taking on the power of choice, from The Business Owner’s Executive Coach.

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022 But Reduction • DeskVideo • PODCAST [Refresh]

 



Click here for Tony Mayo's podcast A quick message from an executive coach on shifting one frequently used word can shift your entire life.

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Executive Coaching by Email for Business Owners


CEO Executive Coach Tony Mayo has shared a great deal of practical information with business people since re-launching his free e-mail newsletter in 2008. Newsletter sample from Tony Mayo
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011 A conversation with executive coaching client Ron Dimon. Part 6 • PODCAST [Refresh]

 


 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastThis latest podcast is part five of a funny and useful conversation between top executive coach Tony Mayo and his longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including;

  • Commitment exists only in language
  • Useful reminders vs. empty affirmations
  • The power of choice
    • Banishing “I have to…”
  • Holding a Space vs succumbing to overwhelm

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Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastThis latest podcast is part four of a funny and useful conversation between top executive coach Tony Mayo and his longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including;

  • Low stress mindset for high performance on a variety of unstructured and unpredictable tasks
  • Meditation & centering for executives
  • Transforming overwhelm into flow
  • Procrastination
  • Creating vs. fixing
    • “Something’s wrong, & it’s me!”

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Parasitic Strategies & How to Manage Ourselves

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Enjoy this free sample of my novel, Crimes of Cunning.

In Chapter 15, Who Has the Helm, the main character learns about the childish tactics that persist into adulthood and sometimes take control of our actions. His wife also shares the counterintuitive response that takes away their power over us.

Click here to download the free .pdf. No registration, no pitch, just a gift. Read it and reap.

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Tony’s 3 Minutes on TEDx


Watch my three-minute talk for TEDx Tysons on why so many jobs stink –and what you can do about it.



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You may also enjoy this blog post:

How to say, “No”


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We live in America, “the land of the free and the home of the brave,” yet we meekly surrender our freedom at work. I know, “We call it ‘work’ because ‘play’ means something else.” But we give up so much so easily! Employers dictate whether we wear our hair: long or short, covered or uncovered, coifed, clipped, combed, or corn-rowed. Whether we are allowed to wind down after work with alcohol, nicotine, or cannabis. Or, whether we wind down at all, with texts, emails, and travel at all hours of any day. We let them record our phone calls, read our emails, count our keystrokes, search our pockets, and time our bathroom breaks. We must not discuss our pay or take a job less than …_X_ miles away, then get fired anyway over a Tweet or a bumper sticker. There are even worse examples, but…

You don’t need more evidence that too many jobs are intrusive and demeaning. You know … You know it! I can tell. You may even know that inventing and enforcing these rules wastes money and reduces profits. I’m not here to prove that this is a problem. I’m here with the solution. I have the answer! … The answer… is, “No.”… “Just …say, …’No!'”

My friend took a job on the Hubble Space Telescope, where programmers had not delivered a single finished program in three years. When he heard his first deadline, he said, “No! I need more time.” His boss shrugged. My friend delivered working code “late” -but on the exact date he promised.

He got another assignment with another impossible due date. Again, …he delivered on the date he promised. He didn’t get a third program to code. He got three programmers to manage. His team delivered quality code on the dates they promised. So, they put him in charge of all the programmers. Not because he was a coding savant. Not because he was a charismatic leader. No, just because he had demonstrated the awesome power of, “No.”

Our reluctance to say, “No,” comes from fear.
Fear that you are your job.
Fear that your income is your value.
That is not who you are. You get to say who you are.

You get to say, “No,” anytime, anywhere, to anyone. Because we live in America, “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”