Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back If You Lose It

    By Marshall Goldsmith

Mojo is that much-desired sweet spot in an organization's year or an individual's career where everything is going the right way. Bestselling author Goldsmith explains that understanding mojo isn't enough, but knowing how to acquire, maintain, or even recapture it is what really counts.


From the Publisher:
Mojo is that much-desired sweet spot in an organization's year, a sports team's season, or an individual's career where everything is going the right way-and success builds upon success. In Mojo, bestselling author and renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith explains that having mojo means controlling three elements: - Identity (Who do you think you are?) - Achievement (What have you done lately?) - Reputation (Who do other people think you are? What do other people think you've done lately?) But understanding mojo isn't enough. Knowing how to acquire, maintain, or even recapture it is what really counts, and Goldsmith uses case studies from his own high-profile clients as well as from the lives of public figures like John Travolta and Richard Nixon to illustrate how it's done. Mojo will show that momentum in business-organizations as well as individual lives and careers-is easy to define and quantify; there's a clear cause-and-effect relationship between mojo and success. With Marshall Goldsmith's help, readers will learn a revolutionary new way to jump-start--and capitalize on--their own mojo.


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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Marshall Goldsmith has been recognized as one of the 15 most influential business thinkers in the world by "The Times" (London) and Forbes. He is the million-selling author of many books, including "What Got You Here Won't Get You There" and "Mojo".
Don Brown dedicates his career to influence effectiveness. Working with the likes of Anheuser-Busch, Dell, Ford, US Airways, and Harley-Davidson, Don is experienced at improving results from C-level to line level.
Bill Hawkins is an expert leadership coach who designs and facilitates workshops for corporate clients on five continents. A founding member of the Marshall Goldsmith Group, he has worked with more than 20 Fortune 500 companies in 17 countries.

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