- January 4, 2024
- Thomas Tona
- Categories: Podcast
Ever wondered how the clothes you wear can amplify your confidence and performance? Jake Thompson, the powerhouse behind Compete Every Day, joins us to unravel this fascinating concept of ‘cloth cognition.’ As we walk through Jake’s journey from selling t-shirts to energizing crowds as a motivational speaker, he shares insights that will have you eyeing your closet with a strategist’s gaze.
Turning the lens on leadership, our conversation with Jake takes us into the heart of building a supportive yet competitive company culture. Imagine a workplace where every day is a step towards being 1% better, where goals are clear, and ambition is nurtured.
Wrapping up, we explore why competition should be more about surpassing your personal benchmarks than getting tangled in the comparison game. Jake offers a refreshing perspective on the infinite landscape of business and self-improvement. Join us as we commit to tiny yet mighty habits that can lead to monumental transformations over time, and why starting with a single minute of meditation could be your game-changer.
In this episode, you will hear about:
- Jake’s transition from selling t-shirts to becoming a leadership speaker and coach.
- The role of ego in personal growth and the importance of focusing on self-improvement over external validation.
- Strategies for creating a competitive culture within a company and empowering employees to grow as brand champions.
- The ‘infinite game’ of business and personal competition, collaboration, and the danger of comparison.
- The significance of small daily habits for long-term personal and professional development.
- The value of coaching, delegation, and setting clear goals for leadership success.
Resources from this Episode:
- TonaLaw: https://tonalaw.com/
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