Getting Momentum by Jodi Womack – Author Interview – Productivity Book Group

Get Momentum: How To Start When You’re Stuck

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Productivity Book Group Author Interview Series is an opportunity to learn about new and interesting productivity books and authors. I’ll be interviewing some of the authors that we have read or will be reading here on Productivity Book Group as well as other authors. These shorter podcast interviews will be injected between our normal discussion-format episodes that are published here on Productivity Book Group.

We have the pleasure of having on the show with us, Jodi Womack, the CEO of the Get Momentum Leadership Academy and the founder of No More Nylons, a coaching program providing women business leaders with professional networking expertise. She co-founded Get Momentum with her husband, Jason Womack, who we spoke with in the last episode…so if you didn’t hear it yet…go check that out. Jodi and Jason’s latest book entitled,and Get Momentum: How To Start When You’re Stuck [https://amzn.to/2E9stB1] was published in May 2016.

Enjoy the interview with Dr. Frank Buck!

Download a raw, text transcript of the interview here.

The Amazon book description states:

A powerful and personalized process to improve your life and advance your career

Do you sometimes feel stuck, despite real efforts to gain momentum on goals you’ve set?

Momentum means you’re doing more than simply getting things done. It’s that feeling of satisfaction, the belief that you can achieve big goals and complete important projects that fulfill you both personally and professionally. Get Momentum coaches you in the mindset, skill set, and toolkit required to make progress on the items you have on your life and work goals faster and easier, while living a less stressful, more meaningful life. The authors, Jodi Womack and her husband Jason Womack, provide valuable insights into the psychology of change and how to direct your focus to experience fulfillment at work and in life.

The authors share what they know having built a successful executive coaching firm together, as well as facilitating leadership workshops in their home town and more than twenty countries around the world. Contrary to the promise of many self-help/business books, they believe there is no one-size-fits-all recipe for success.Get Momentum teaches you how to make proactive changes based on the solid foundation of your own “quality of life” criteria. Jodi and Jason offer clear, step-by-step guidance on how to define your personal criteria so that you can Get Momentum, improve your life and enhance your career.

You will learn how to:

  • Answer the Call (What to do when you say “Someone should do something about this!”)
  • Organize a Team and Gain the Perspective of People You Trust
  • Measure Something (Just Not Everything At Once)
  • Experiment Specifically and Practice Deliberately
  • Build Momentum, Recognize Your Wins, and Pay It Forward

With kindness, accountability and encouragement, Get Momentum will help you tap into your natural way of being to achieve professional goals and personal experiences that are on your bucket list, living a life you’re proud to share with others.

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