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  • MOJO How To Get IT, How To Keep It,How To Get It Back If You Lose It 1
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  •  What is MOJO? Examples of professional or personal MOJO. The MOJO Paradox How do we get our MOJO back and keep it using the MOJO toolbox. 3
  •  MOJO is the moment when we do something that‟s purposeful, powerful, and positive and the  MOJO is: that positive rest of the world spirit - toward what we recognizes it. are doing – now – that starts from the inside – and radiates to the outside. 5
  •  MOJO is at its peak  Short-Term when we are (Satisfaction) experiencing both happiness and meaning in what we  Long-Term (Meaning) are doing and communicating this experience to the world around us. 6
  • “What really matters” in Our default response in your life? life is Health  Not to experience Happiness. Wealth  Not to experience Relationships Meaning. Happiness  To experience inertia. Meaning
  • I FEEL GOOD WHEN I FEEL BAD WHEN Personally  Personally Professionally  Professionally
  • NOJO MOJO1. Play the Victim 1. Take Responsibility2. March in Place 2. Move Forward3. Satisfied with the bare minimum 3. Run the Extra Mile4. Feel obliged to do it 4. Love Doing It5. Tolerate requirements 5. Appreciate opportunities6. Endure it 6. Make the best of it7. Painful to be around 7. Inspirational8. Resentful 8. Grateful9. Uninterested 9. Curious10. Indifferent 10. Caring11. Zombie-like 11. Zest for Life12. Asleep 12. Awake
  •  MOJO is impacted by four key factors:1. Identity – Who do we think we are?2. Achievement – What have we done lately?3. Reputation – Who do other people think you are and what have you done lately?4. Acceptance – What can you change and when do you need to just “let it go”? 10
  • Sacrificing Succeeding HighLong Term(Meaning) Sustaining Low Surviving Stimulating Low Short Term High (Happiness) 11
  • You discover youridentity by simplyanswering thequestion: Who do you think you are?
  •  Identity is a complicated subject, and we make it even more complicated we‟re not sure where to look for the answer.
  •  The further you go back into your past, the greater the chances that your „Remembered Identity” doesn‟t match up with who you are today.
  • FUTUR E Programmed Created Identity IdentityOTHER SELF S Reflected Remembered Identity Identity PAST 16
  •  Even if your „Reflective Identity” is accurate, it doesn‟t have to be predictive. We can all change!
  •  Ifyou change your behavior, but not your identity, you may feel “phony” or “unreal,” no matter how much you achieve.
  •  Tochange your MOJO, you may need to either create a new identity for yourself or rediscover an identity you have lost.
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  • You discover yourachievements bysimply answering thequestion: What have you done lately?
  •  Both Professional and  Personal MOJO is Personal MOJO are what the activity connected to brings to you. achievement, just two different types of achievement.  ProfessionalMOJO is what you bring to the activity.
  • Professional MOJO Personal MOJO Motivation  Happiness Knowledge  Reward Ability  Meaning Confidence  Learning Authenticity  Gratitude P. 26&27 23
  •  Achievement makes others aware of our ability. It happens every time we do something that‟s measured or rated by someone else.
  •  In some cases, people‟s self- assessment of how they do a job is more meaningful to them  One of the biggest than what their mistakes high superiors think. achievers make is in overestimating their contribution to a success.
  •  Ifyou want to increase your MOJO, you can either change the degree of your achievement or change the definition  Influenceup as well of your achievement. as down. Both are important to achieve something significant.
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  • You discover yourreputation by simplyanswering thequestion: Who do people think you are?
  • A key element in protecting your reputation is taking “preventative  You cannot create medicine” to ensure it your reputation by doesn‟t get damaged yourself (the rest of the world always has something to say about it), but you can influence it.
  •  We confuse our need to consider ourselves smart with our need to be considered effective by the world.  We‟reso invested in presenting ourselves as smart that we don‟t hear everything that people tell us.
  •  Afterall, what‟s more frustrating than believing you‟re smart, yet being powerless to impact a  Choosing to be world that believes effective rather than you are not? smart ultimately pays off in your reputation, your achievement, and your MOJO,
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  •  Theconnection  When other people between your see a pattern of reputation and your resemblance, that‟s MOJO should be self- when they start evident. forming your reputation.A negative opinion is usually left unexpressed rather than shared.
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  •  Only when you  One event can‟t form demonstrate your your reputation. One effectiveness in corrective gesture handling crisis after can‟t reform your crisis will your reputation either. reputation for “shining at crunch time” take shape.
  •  You need a sequence of consistent, similar actions to begin the rebuilding process of your reputation.  Doit right the first time, and you may never have to change your ways.
  •  Byimpacting your reputation you can impact your MOJO.  Having a great reputation – in an area that matters in your life – makes MOJO maintenance more of a joy than a chore.
  • You discoveracceptance by simplyanswering thequestion: When can you let go?
  •  We believe that achieving a goal will somehow make us happy, conveniently ignoring the fact that the goal line always  Worrying about the moves slightly beyond past and being our reach. anxious about the future can easily destroy your MOJO.
  •  When everything around us seems confusing, acceptance reminds us what really matters.  Youdon‟t have to like them, agree with them, or even respect them. Just accept them for being who they are.
  •  Change what you can and “let go” of what you cannot change.  Name it. Frame it. Claim it.
  •  When you have high MOJO, you have more opportunities. That is a good thing,  Don‟tover commit. but if you get carried Before replying with away, that might be an enthusiastic “yes” what kills your MOJO. to the next request, think of the long-term impact on your MOJO,
  •  Thekey question to ask all the time: What path would I take if I knew that the situation would not get better?
  •  While our minds need  You had to invest a order and fairness, big piece of yourself in much of life is neither your work. fair nor just. That‟s a problem for many of  That “investment” may us and is a MOJO have stopped paying killer. off without you being aware of it.
  •  Getting and keeping MOJO is not an overnight activity. But you can get it and keep it, Brick by brick.  Changing You is not preferable or easier than changing It (and vice versa). The best approach depends on the situation.
  •  Itis your life. If your MOJO is suffering, no one can make the “You vs. It” decision for you.  Settingground rules for your life can start you on the path toward great MOJO.
  • IDENTITY1. Establish Criteria That 1. Setting ground rules for Matter to You. your Life.2. Find Out Where You‟re 2. Defined by how we “Living”. balance satisfaction and benefit.3. Be the Optimist in the 3. Go for it and do not be Room. afraid to look foolish.4. Take Away One Thing. 4. Eliminate something big from your daily schedule.
  • ACHIEVEMENT5. Rebuild One Brick at 5. A wall is rebuilt one a Time. brick at a time. So‟s MOJO6. Live Your Mission in 6. The small moments the Small Moments can make big Too. statements about who we are.7. Swim in the Blue 7. A new way to win can Water. be to change the game.
  • REPUTATION 8. It‟s better to jump than be8. When to Stay, When to pushed. Go. 9. How to say “hello” and9. Hello, Good-bye. prepare for “good-bye”. 10. How personally created10. Adopt a Metrics System. stats reveal what you need to know.11. Reduce this number. 11. The percentage of time we spend boasting or criticizing.
  • ACCEPTANCE12. Influence Up as Well as 12. Turn important decision Down. makes into your best customers.13. Name It, Frame It, Claim It. 13. Naming what we do can help us enhance how14. Give Your Friends a we do it. Lifetime Pass. 14. Friends can be more forgiving than we deserve – give them a break.
  •  MOJO is the moment when we do something that‟s purposeful, powerful, and positive and the  MOJO is: that positive rest of the world spirit - toward what we recognizes it. are doing – now – that starts from the inside – and radiates to the outside. 55
  • “What really matters” in Our default response in your life? life is Health  Not to experience Happiness. Wealth  Not to experience Relationships Meaning. Happiness  To experience inertia. Meaning
  •  MOJO is impacted by four key factors:1. Identity – Who do we think we are?2. Achievement – What have we done lately?3. Reputation – Who do other people think you are and what have you done lately?4. Acceptance – What can you change and when do you need to just “let it go”? 57
  • Sacrificing Succeeding HighLong Term(Meaning) Sustaining Low Surviving Stimulating Low Short Term High (Happiness) 58
  • FUTUR E Programmed Created Identity IdentityOTHER SELF S Reflected Remembered Identity Identity PAST 59
  • IDENTITY REPUTATION1. Establish Criteria That Matter to You. 8. When to Stay, When to Go.2. Find Out Where You‟re “Living”. 9. Hello, Good-bye.3. Be the Optimist in the Room. 10. Adopt a Metrics System.4. Take Away One Thing. 11. Reduce this number. ACHIEVEMENT5. Rebuild One Brick at a Time. ACCEPTANCE6. Live Your Mission in the Small 12. Influence Up as Well as Down. Moments Too.7. Swim in the Blue Water. 13. Name It, Frame It, Claim It. 14. Give Your Friends a Lifetime Pass. 60
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