Speaking at AA-ISP Austin Chapter on Feb 28

Join the Austin Chapter to hear from Jason Treu, an executive coach who helps executives, managers, and teams to maximize their leadership potential and #performance, along with building and executing their career blueprint.

He’ll be speaking on maximizing employee engagement and performance. He’ll be sharing research data and best practices (with written scripts to use) on managing and interacting with others.

Attendees will get to experience why this will work for them and their organizations by playing his employee engagement and team building game, Cards Against Mundanity. More than 10,000+ people have played it. CardsAgainstMundanity.com

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Quote on Courage, Determination and Success

Great quote and even better advice on business, career & the entrepreneurial journey. I definitely used it at the Phoenix Marathon where I PR’d by 17 mins from Nov (3:20).

Pete Pfitzinger’s advice for marathon day:

“During this final 10K, you get to dig deep and use up any energy that you have left. This is what the marathon is all about. This is the stretch that poorly prepared marathoners fear and well-prepared marathoners relish.”

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Why People Have a Hard Time Changing

People rarely change until the pain of staying the same hurts MORE than the pain of changing. 

It’s simple and true.

Usually a person needs to hit their version of rock bottom to change. Rarely do people do as they are making process.

The .01% that do have created a continual process for growth. I talk about that in the three-tier model that I’ve found the most successful people all use. They aren’t fully aware they are doing it, but they are.

Why You Stop Making Progress

Here’s why many people stop making progress:

Sometimes the inability to see the incremental changes you are making each day holds you back from ever reaching your goal.

So celebrate progress each step of way so you gain perspective and won’t stop.

Why? When we feel like we are making progress, we get excited and motivated. It’s not achieving the goal that boosts us. It’s the journey.

Great Leaders Practice Vulnerability

Great leaders practice vulnerability.

Why?

Because vulnerability is gateway to becoming a courageous and highly successful leader.

But in order to do that, a leader must first do their own self-inquiry to understand their sabotaging patterns and blind spots.

You can’t practice vulnerability unless you are vulnerable and accountable with yourself first. 

Real Estate Investor and Fund Manager Client Testimonial

“When I started working with Jason I had some gaps in my mental model. I also had a general fear of the direction of the market. Jason removed the blind spots from my thinking and allowed disparate parts of my mental model to come together supercharging my growth. He also has great knowledge of the business process from seeing so many different companies grow. Since working with him we have grown revenues 34% and began raising our first fund. We also have a much more clear confident path forward in this and any market. I would pay for that ROI again.”

Vince Caviglia, Principal at GC Capital Group (San Diego, California)

(And I’m helping him launch his first real estate fund in first half of 2019)

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