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3 Reasons Learning the Value of Reflection Can Improve Performance

Posted by Joe Sweeney on Oct 26, 2015

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Professional Athletes to Navy SEALs: 5 Common Fears Experienced During Transition and Change  

Posted by Joe Sweeney on Sep 15, 2015

I have been blessed and fortunate to have the opportunity to work with and mentor a number of high performing business executives, professional athletes and members of the Navy SEALs on the topics of change and transition. My interactions with these individuals and teams have led me to wonder why some high performers can win back-to-back most valuable player awards or complete grueling military training; however, when confronted with periods of transition, they struggle with common fears. Perhaps what is most interesting about this period of transition is that professional athletes, business executives, and top military personnel seem to struggle with five very similar challenges.

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Have a Big Enough Why? If So, the How Will Take Care of Itself – Podcast with Host Ryan Hawk of The Learning Leader Show

Posted by Joe Sweeney on Sep 1, 2015

Sharing knowledge and experiences are some of the best parts about being a businessman, author, speaker and trainer. I often get asked to participate in various interviews and podcasts to discuss what I’ve learned over the years as well as to share the principles from Networking Is a Contact Sport and Moving the Needle. Over a year ago, I spoke at a LexisNexis event and had the pleasure of meeting Keith Hawk, V.P. of Sales and an incredibly dynamic man. This meeting led to the great opportunity to speak with Keith’s son, Ryan – host of the popular podcast, The Learning Leader Show.

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A Personal Reflection on The Honor Foundation

Posted by Joe Sweeney on Aug 24, 2015

When Joe Musselman called and asked if I would be interested in speaking to The Honor Foundation, an organization which bridges military and private sector careers through an innovative transition program created for members of the Special Operations Forces community, I was willing and open to offer a helping hand.

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The Most Important Job, Is the Job You Have NOW

Posted by Joe Sweeney on Jul 21, 2015

In this world where technology has the ability to change things so quickly, it has also made a profound impact on shortened attention spans. As a result, employees are now less likely to spend time with a company for the long-term. A generation or two ago, it was not uncommon for employees to commit to one employer, even one particular job with that employer. However, tenure of employees is dropping and has hit record lows in recent years. The fact of the matter is that the average person now has 13-14 jobs in their life.

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