Last week, I was doing kick-off the year speech in Sacramento for BMD, a great employee owned mid-size company. After my speech, we divided the attendees into small groups and assigned each group one of the key points of my speeches. The assignment was to answer the question, "How can we use this to get us where we want to go?"
I was stunned with the great ideas the small groups generated.
On the trip home I couldn't stop thinking about how many valuable ideas employees have that never get...
Is the glass half-empty or half full? Does it only depend on your perspective? One of the observations Jason has made this year while interviewing nearly 1000 CEO’s, top business leaders and entrepreneurs is that companies who are doing well believe they have unlimited opportunities in front of them while businesses experiencing little or negative growth believe the opportunities in front of them are limitless. Is it the just perspective or is it something else? Jason thinks it’s something...
Do you believe in ghosts? Jason never did until he visited Richmond, Virginia last week for a speech. Let him tell you what happened in his hotel room. The story is enough to give you goose bumps. There’s also a great business tip from a small business owner who employs 65 people in a highly successful enterprise. You’ll find his unique perspective refreshing, unusual and maybe a little controversial.
Each year, Jason conducts between 600 - 1,000 telephone interviews in preparation for his speeches around the world. These conversations are with CEO’s of small, medium and very large companies, business owners, entrepreneurs, and high-level executives. This episode reveals the ten things business leaders see as their big challenges for 2019.
Recent research reveals that students who take four years of arts and music average almost 100 higher points on their SATS than those who take a half-year or less. Have children or grandchildren? Want them to have a rich life. Maybe you should encourage them to grab a paintbrush instead of a football. 9 reasons why the arts are better than sports.
Followed the company from its infancy but they never -explain – qualified for one of my books. But it’s tough to ignore advice form a guy who has a net worth of 158 billion dollars.
Half of all online searches start on Amazon, 50% of Americans belong to Prime, and the company receives 1 of 2 dollars spent online.
Article by Randall Lane, Editor of Forbes and have always admired him.
With 1.3 million listens and downloads and growing every week, this is, The Game Changers with Jason Jennings, NY Times, WSJ and USA TODAY bestselling author of eight books on leadership, growth, innovation, speed, reinvention….
Dale: You’re a fitness fanatic but we’ve never talked about it before, but, I guess that’s the subject today…what caused this to pop up your radar?
There’s a group of people whom you probably deal with frequently who can quickly make you or break you. But, many companies, small and large pay little attention to keeping these people on your side and turning them into partners. In this episode, Jason explains how to turn your vendors and suppliers into a cheerleading squad for your business.
Positivity is a powerful force that is oftentimes overlooked. A positive thought, a positive mindset, or a positive point-of-view has the potential to change your entire outlook on any situation. Find out why is positivity so important and how can you lead with positivity.
Since his first book, almost 20 years ago, Jason has logged an average of 300,000 miles annually in air travel. If anyone is an expert at navigating airports around the world it’s him and, in this episode, he’ll reveal the 10 ways he survives and thrives while circumnavigating the problems most travelers confront.
Jason recently returned from a month-long speaking and ‘snooping around’ tour to Asia and Southeast Asia and, despite having previously visited and worked in the region more than 50 times he was blown away by what he witnessed. Here’s what you need to know.
After 166 episodes of The Game Changers Dale Dixon and Jason Jennings had never met in-person. That all changed on the eve of Jason’s departure on a three-week speaking, adventure and ‘poking his nose around tour of China, Cambodia, Laos, Hong Kong and Singapore. During their lunch together, Jason gave Dale a sneak preview of what he’d be sharing with the leadership of one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies.
When it was time to buy a holiday ham Jason headed to the Honey Baked Ham store in northern California. He knew it was an hour-long drive, knew the store would be mobbed, called ahead anyway and was blown away by 5 Star customer service that he received and that any business can copy.
Nick Stathis, the Director of, Portfolio Financial Group, in Queensland, Australia, and a former client, reached out to Jason and asked if he remembered teaching a session titled, “How to Get a Job with Any Company Your Choose.” This episode reveals the six steps for getting a job and a career with any company you choose. It’s a fact; 80% of jobs are never advertised! Why in the world would anyone spend all their time scanning job postings, filling out forms and submitting resumes only to,...