Treasure These Words On Choppy Seas

(season 5 episode 1)

Could Business Jazz get into the Guinness Book of Records?

Longest single episode of a podcast?

This episode is all about Chris Brogan’s #My3Words.

Context & timing are important in every business.

Business Jazz Podcast probably wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for Chris Brogan’s weekly newsletters.

Three words that act as your guides for the year…

http://www.chrisbrogan.com is where you can find Chris Brogan’s three words – every year since 2006.

Put your three words in your diary so you see them every day …

Make them your screensaver …

Have them tattooed …

Make a new business card each year with your words on them …

You hear Roger & Paul discussing Paul’s three words

[Strava & Runkeeper = running Apps Roger uses.]

“Planning Quality Moments” – Roger’s three words.

Roger creates a huge amount in his work – but if you just create in a vacuum that’s not good enough.

Planning is an on-going process.

“I’m going to start seriously planning stuff” says Roger.

You hear Roger describe how he allocates his time.

Moments:
I want to focus more on being ‘in the moment’…

How golfers stay in the zone for small bits of time …

“My time is getting progressively more valuable to me” says Roger.

Quality:
Making sure I do the best work I can with the resources available to me …

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Why do you think anyone could benefit from this approach?

Your words won’t make you feel bad, they nudge you along.

The year is going to be “choppy waters” – the words help you think on your feet, make decisions, remain flexible …

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You can find Paul and Roger at “ShowandTellCommunications.net

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Author: Paul O'Mahony

I'm Paul O'Mahony (Cork). On Twitter you can reach me @Omaniblog A father. I work as business storytelling consultant - Podcaster - Blogger - Poet - Live streamer via Periscope - Foodie - naturally ambitious + love to share my contacts. Live in Glanmire, Cork Ireland Europe linkedin.com/in/paulhomahony

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