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TGLP 007: What Is The Secret To Overcoming Challenges In Life? Hint: E+R=O

Tim Kight Founder and President of Focus 3, a firm whose mission is to help companies around the world align the power of leadership, culture, and behavior to achieve next level results.

Most recently, Tim has worked closely with Urban Meyer and the Ohio State football team as the Buckeyes’ leadership coach.

His work with Ohio State has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, and ESPN.

Mr. Kight is the author of several high impact training programs: The R Factor, Lead Now, The Power of Culture, Winning, and Attitude Matters.

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3 Insights From This Episode

  1. You Can Only Control Your ResponseAll day every day is a never-ending flow of events. You have no control over the events in your life, but you can control your response.Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you choose to respond.
  2. Steps To Build A Strong “R” Response1: Press pause.2: Get your mind right. Mind your emotional state. @timothykight

    3: Step up. How do you respond when it matters most?

    4: Adjust and adapt. How do you deal with change?

    5: Make a difference. Your behavior and attitude makes a difference to those around you.

    6.Build skill. Build skill you don’t have talent for.

  3. Build Disciplined BehaviorOne of the greatest ways you can make a difference in another person life is the attitude you carry and the behavior you have during challenging circumstances.Your behavior and attitude make a difference to those around you, and how you respond will become an “E” for others.

    You need to pursue discipline driven behavior instead of default driven behavior. Discipline does not mean punishment; it means a systematic process of making yourself better. Discipline is not something that someone does to you; it’s something you do for yourself.

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Lee Cockerell is the former Executive Vice President of Operations for the Walt Disney World Resort. As the Senior Operating Executive for ten years, Lee led a team of 40,000 Cast Members and was responsible for the operations of 20 resort hotels, four themes parks, two water parks.

One of Lee’s major and lasting legacies was the creation of Disney Great Leader Strategies which was used to train and develop the 7000 leaders at Walt Disney World.

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