CHRIS MCCHESNEY, SEAN COVEY, and JIM HULING pitch four disciplines essential for high performance.
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Discipline 1. Focus on the Wildly Important. Basically, the more you try to do, the less
you actually accomplish. This is a stark, inescapable principle that we all live with...
Discipline 2. Act on Lead Measures. This is the discipline of leverage. It’s based on the
simple principle that not all actions are created equal. Some actions have more impact that
others when reaching for a goal. And it is those you want to identify and act on if you want to
reach your goal...
Discipline 3: Keep a Compelling Scorecard. People play differently when they are keeping score. If you doubt this, watch any group of teenagers playing basketball and see how the game changes the minute scorekeeping begins...
Discipline 4: Create a Cadence of Accountability. Discipline 4 is where execution really
happens. The first three disciplines set up the game, but until you apply Discipline 4, your team isn’t in the game.”
Okay cool. Here are some quick fire round questions for you related to each one.
Q. What’s one thing that is most important to you right now?
Q. What are some high impact actions to complete that relate to your Wildly important goal aka WIG? Think top 3-5.
Q. What’s a useful way for you to keep score? Where, when, how, what?
Q. Who could you connect with on the regularly to keep you accountable to this goal?
Give it a whirl. May need some practice yet as we always say…
You totally got this.