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November 22, 2017

We live in a "microwave society" where everything happens at light speed.

We need our food - "fast"!

We need our TV - "on demand"!

We need our Internet - "high-speed"!

We need our messages - "Instant"!

We need our workouts - "high-impact"!

We like to drive in the - "fast lane"!

As we zoom through life, there are times when we are faced with obstacles and challenges that cause us to pause and ask the question . . . . Where did God go? Why am I alone?...

November 6, 2017

Leadership is filled with challenges of all kinds. But, it's the high-impact leader whose able to navigate those challenges for their teams and demonstrate resilience. Pressing forward is essential, even in the face of great adversity. In this episode, Dr. Jason Brooks talks about persevering and the steps you can take to get unstuck and move forward with confidence.

Live. Love. Lead. Leave a Legacy!

Dr. Brooks

Dr. Jason Brooks changes lives and g...

October 14, 2017

What part does compassion play for high-impact leaders? Everything! When those you lead know you care for them deeply, amazing things can happen. In this Lessons in Leadership I talk about how to love your team with compassion in ways that are meaningful to them uniquely and personally.

Dr. Jason Brooks changes lives and grows leaders. As an entrepreneur, executive, bestselling author, speaker, and host of the Dr. Jason Brooks Leadership Podcast...

July 4, 2017

“Leadership development is focused on unlocking and unleashing a person’s potential to become more and to accomplish more by working in and through others than is possible alone.” Dr. Jason Brooks

Leadership intuition is often the factor that separates the greatest leaders from the merely good ones. Some people are born with great leadership intuition. Others have to work had to develop and hone it. But both ways it is a combination of natural a...

January 1, 2015

January 1…the one day of the year when most people take even a few minutes to consider the results of the past year and think about some plans for the year to come. We love to ask the question “What are your new year’s resolutions?”. Most people will answer with at least one of these that top the lists…”Lose weight, volunteer to help others, get better balance in my life, get a better education, get a better job, save money, get fit, eat health...

December 19, 2014

Remember the classic movie Footloose? Aside from the amazing music, incredible dancing, and the acting genius of Kevin Bacon (who played Ren McCormick), this film from the 80s had many powerful messages.

For those who did not see it, or cannot remember, the premise of the story was a big city high school boy moved to a small town to live with his aunt and uncle’s family. The town experienced a tragedy a few years before that resulted in the pass...

December 4, 2014

We can learn from our past . . . but don't get caught in the trap of being held captive by it. We all have situations that we may consider "regrets” where we may say, "Wow! In hindsight, I sure wish I hadn't done that!". But, in the end, these were opportunities to learn. It is often said that we grow more through our failures than our successes.

I remember a time early in my career when I took a job with a manufacturing company as a Human Resou...

December 3, 2014

How much is an hour of your time worth? This is a question that's been hotly debated and is often a stumbling block for many in the helping professions in general and those in working in the areas of coaching and consulting in particular.

I have never liked the idea of "hourly rate". Even as a consultant with Accenture I struggled with this idea. We all have the same amount of time in each of our days...86,400 seconds to be precise. Ultimately,...

November 17, 2014

Taking a risk to live your dreams can be a terrifying proposition. Often we will decide to remain in the "safety" of a difficult situation rather than take a chance on jumping into the unknown.

We have heard that change many times occurs when the pain of remaining where you are is greater than the pain of something different. My encouragement to you today is to not let change in your life be driven by pain avoidance but rather by the pursuit o...

November 13, 2014

We hear much about unconditional love. In our minds we can accept the concept that we should love everyone just as they are. However, the reality of this type of love is a challenge. Never the less, we strive each and every day to accept others and love unconditionally.

All too often, however, the one person that we have the most difficult time loving is...ourselves. We see our shortcomings, our faults, and our flaws. We wrestle daily with the...

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