How to maximize your individual performance, contribution, and significance
The number one investment you can make is the investment in yourself. To achieve a greater level of success, you must be intentional in developing yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally. If you want more, you must become more.
The key to raising your individual performance and expanding your contributions and significance lies in your ability to master these five fundamentals:
This can only be achieved by closing Performance Gaps (the gap between what you know and what you do). In this powerful program, Alan teaches practical strategies to heighten self-awareness, create winning habits and routines, and improve productivity.
Regardless of title or tenure, attendees walk away with actionable steps to:
- Align your habits with your core values and beliefs
- Improve your Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
- Develop a true winner’s mindset
- Learn to be present in the moment
- Earn confidence while maintaining humility
- Manage change and create a process for progress
This program is ideal for the player looking to improve individual performance and/or contributions to the team (company-wide events, all-hands meetings, teams, employees, and/or entrepreneurs).
Success Simplified: Alan’s Three Fundamentals of Individual Performance
The first step to improving the team is improving yourself. And the first step to improving yourself is to close your most pressing performance gap. But to do that, you have to be aware of it! After all, you will never fix something you are oblivious to, and you will never improve something you are unaware of.
You must be conscious of the habits that you don’t serve, aware of the mindsets that undermine you, and recognize when you are distracted and unfocused.
Alan will teach your team members exactly how to close their individual performance gaps by getting them back to the basics in these three key areas:
Habits. Alan knows that our habits are the foundation on which success is built. In fact, studies have shown that almost half of everything we do during our waking hours is habitual. Therefore, it’s vital to consistently develop new habits that move us closer to being the best version of ourselves. These daily behaviors will put you on the path to making a maximum contribution to everyone and everything around you.
Mindset. Alan believes the cornerstone to a winning mindset is making a commitment to doing the best you can, with what you have, wherever you are. And it’s important to avoid letting the outer world (circumstances and events) dictate your inner world (attitude and perspective). This is accomplished by eliminating a trilogy of common behaviors the undermine productivity and erode culture: blaming, complaining, and making excuses. By accepting full ownership, you immediately become emotionally agile (and avoid being emotionally fragile).
Focus. Alan will empower the members of your team to W.I.N. (focus on What’s Important Now), by teaching them to be present in each moment instead of getting distracted by the past or being anxious about the future. He encourages attendees to consistently refocus their attitude and their effort during the process.
Alan dives deep into these fundamentals and much more with the passion of a coach totally devoted to the success of his team and his players, and with the commitment to make sure every participant leaves his programs with actionable takeaways and principles that help them do what they know they should be doing to close their own performance gap.
Storytelling at Its Best
This program is always an event highlight because Alan delivers all his ideas with self-effacing humor and original, captivating stories. Alan simplifies success by sharing fundamentals that work in a highly engaging way that entertains and educates.
Why this program really works:
Just because something is basic, it doesn’t mean it’s easy. And just because it is common sense, it doesn’t mean it is common practice.
So many organizations today have team members that:
- Ignore standard operating procedures because they think they know a better way
- Forgo safety measures claiming they will “be really careful”
- Skip steps in their proven sales process because “this customer is different”
- Tackle projects alone instead of asking for help because they think they can just figure it out
- Show up late or procrastinate, thinking they will be able to make up for it later
As a renown keynote speaker, author, and high-performance coach, who has worked closely with both elite corporate executives and NBA legends, Alan has proven that the solution to bridging a performance gap is getting back to the basics and working towards mastery of the fundamentals during the unseen hours. Alan teaches his audiences to eliminate the habits that undermine their productivity and replace them with disciplines that serve them best.