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The Power of Getting Things Done

May 15, 2020 / By Sarah Santacroce

Chris Cooper through his brand Chris Cooper Business Elevation helps leaders to elevate business performance by developing exceptional leadership, teams and highly engaged workforces. Chris created the Business Elevation Show the most accessed business show on the world’s leading on-line radio platform ‘Voice America’ in 2011. He is co-Author of The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not) and has a reputation as an exceptional coach, consultant and facilitator. With a senior corporate background to board level including Mars, Chris was also a founding partner of a very successful startup prior to 15 years of developing leaders, teams and businesses. He is also a fellow of the Professional Speaking Association in the UK.

In this episode you’ll learn about the power of getting things done as well as…

  • The things you need to do to be successful when you’re starting on your own
  • How the freedom of being an entrepreneur can be crippling sometimes
  • The difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
  • Why our brains look to avoid pain at all costs
  • How knowing when your optimal work hours are can make a huge different
  • Why you should analyze the thing you are NOT doing
  • The techniques that Chris has studied to get things done
  • What can you do in situations when you say you will do something but you don’t

Other links and resources mentioned in this episode:

Chris’s Website

Find Chris on Twitter

Connect with Chris on LinkedIn

The Power to Get Things Done: (Whether You Feel Like It or Not)

Chronotype Quiz –> Find out the best time of the day for you

My episode on Chris’s podcast

Sarah’s Resources

(FREE) Sarah’s One Page Marketing Plan

(FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter

(FREE) The Gentle Business Manifesto

(FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course

The Gentle Business Circle

The Gentle Business Revolution

Podcast Show Notes

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Sarah Santacroce

Sarah Santacroce is changing the current marketing paradigm. 12 years of running a successful LinkedIn Consulting business inspired a yearning in Sarah to create a global movement that encourages people to bring more empathy and kindness to business & marketing. As a ‘Hippie turned Business Coach’, Sarah hosts the Gentle Business Revolution podcast and works with heart-centered entrepreneurs to question their assumptions when it comes to marketing & give them permission to market their business their way, the gentle way! Thought of as an influencer in her field, Sarah is a frequent speaker at conferences and has been featured on many podcasts and radio shows. Some of the most prestigious universities and Business Schools in the world, including Rutgers University New Jersey, HEC Paris, IMD and EPFL Lausanne hire Sarah to train their students for LinkedIn best practices. Sarah shares a fresh perspective and doesn't shy away from calling things out that no longer work for many of us when it comes to the current marketing model. Her clients sometimes refer to her as ‘the female Seth Godin’. When she’s not working, she loves adventure & traveling, yoga & nature walks or hanging out with her family.

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