Will Lee Cockerell be bigger than the Beatles?
Do you know who Lee Cockerell is? You surely know the Beatles. If you don’t know Lee, you will.
Lee is a Leadership genius. Seriously. Lee was Disney’s Executive Vice President of Operations. There are few jobs tougher than that one. Lee led Disney brilliantly.
He retired recently and has published a book that is going to help any leader, in any organization, at any level. It’s entitled, “Creating Magic: 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies From A Life At Disney“.
By now, you know you can trust me to tell you the real deal. If I were you, and didn’t have Lee’s book, I would challenge myself to buy it within 24 hours.
It’s your choice and your future. It always will be. I’ll bet many of your competitors have already read this book.
PS. Lee’s blog said “Creating Magic” has been released in France. I have a copy in Japanese. It’s going global.
The one thing your competition may not have done yet? Execute any of Lee’s common sense strategies and tactics. Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂
Whether you answer this personally or professionally, the answer should be the same. And if you’re like I was before I became a professional speaker ten years ago, you aren’t sure what I’m talking about. Right?
Generally speaking, things happen two ways, by design or by default.
In two hours, I’ll be running my first 5k run in several years. I started running a decade ago. After a few years, I needed a “carrot” to keep me motivated. I ran my first 5k, ever.
In two hours, I’m running the very same 5k. This is by design. It’s an historic tradition that has incredible meaning in my life. I could have picked any 5k to kick off my “comeback”, but I didn’t, by design.
Will you, or your organization, do things with purpose today, or will you drift aimlessly? Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂
The Orlando Sentinel has just published an article on how Disney has managed and restructured it’s business to be in line with economic conditions.
Disney is a great company. Always has been and always will be.
Disney is not immune to reality. Disney plans for stormy weather when the sky is blue.
John F. Kennedy once said, “The time to fix the roof is when the sun is shining”.
Good night. jungle jeff 🙂
Make Dramatic Leaps in Performance!
What do you do to make Dramatic leaps in Guest Service? Dramatic leaps in Financial Results? Dramatic leaps in Employee Satisfaction?
Please don’t get me wrong, small, daily, incremental improvements are the name of the game. Right? Well, almost.
We all focus on continuous improvement through daily efforts to make small improvements, that add up over time. Saving money. Losing weight. Writing a book. Developing a new relationship. Changing a habit. Creating a habit. These things don’t happen overnight. Do they?
The challenge and the opportunity for me? I’m on a mission to make a dramatic leap in my ability to deliver value to those I serve.
What do you think Walt Disney would have used the Internet for? What are you using it for?
What are you doing today, this week, this month, to make Dramatic Leaps in performance?
Daily improvements with the goal of Dramatic breakthroughs, is an integral part of every great company’s Culture.
Make today the day you get another step closer to your dramatic leap, because if you don’t, who will? Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂
This blog has been an inspiring way to look at my personal mission to be a catalyst for positive change.
Writing here, has stretched my thinking, and has absolutely made me a better presenter and professional speaker. Period. End of story.
I am even going to go so far as to say it is, a dramatic leap from my old thinking, and my old performing. Seriously!
The big vision? To become world-class! As a professional speaker.
Remember, I’m the crazy guy who says, “If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough“!
Make today an opportunity to get one day closer to your dramatic leap in thinking and performing, because if you don’t, who will? Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂