No, Dr. Jay did not cut his hair. This week’s Two Minute Drill is a throwback to his VERY FIRST Two Minute Drill. There are a lot of new faces so we thought we would share Dr. Jay’s very first TMD as it also relates to last week’s theme of stepping out of your comfort zone.
The Two Minute Drill is about getting valuable and meaningful content to you every week in two minutes or less. Dr. Jay is a big football fan (remember his football helmet collection a few weeks ago), so a two-minute drill makes a lot of sense.
Today’s video is about 2 things. One, introducing the concept to you but also two, stepping out of our comfort zone.
Dr. Jay being in front of the camera is a little awkward for him. This was his 20th take so far.
He can be on stage in front of 100’s of people, 1000’s of people and not miss a beat, have a great time. The camera thing, however, is a little awkward.
He is forcing himself to do this to grow personally and professionally. He is also sharing the content he has learned from running a business for the last 27 years as well as all the coaching and mentoring he has received.
His goal for you this week is for you to step out of your comfort zone. What will you do to step out of your comfort zone? While he is forcing himself out of his comfort zone, what are you going to do to make a positive impact or do something meaningful for yourself? Head over to our Facebook page and let us know.
This week’s Two Minute Drill is a little different. It is a clip from a recent presentation Dr. Jay did with BlueIQ titled, “Six Sigma Leadership: X-Factors to Success”. At the end of the presentation, he performed a rap that he wrote about leadership.
Yes, a rap. You don’t want to miss this week’s TMD.
Step out of your comfort zone
Dr. Jay stepped out of his comfort zone during his recent presentation. He pushed his boundaries and did something to challenge himself as a leader and as a presenter.
He gives a lot of presentations throughout the year but wanted to challenge himself and push to bring a more engaging experience to the audience.
How did he do?
What are you going to do this week to push yourself and step out of your comfort zone? Head over to our Facebook page and let us know what you are going to do this week to push your boundaries as a leader.
Dr. Jay just finished a two hour surfing lesson at Mondo’s Beach in Ventura, CA. Did he wipe out? Listen to this week’s TMD to hear about his experience surfing and what lessons it taught him.
Keep working on the process
Dr. Jay took a two-hour surfing lesson at Mondo’s Beach. He had a great time but at the beginning, he fell over and over and over again. But he thought about the process, “Where are my feet, where is my balance, where is my placement on the board” and he just kept working on the process and then inputs.
Ultimately he was able to get up and ride some waves, which was super fun! He is not a professional surfer, not even close (his words : ) but you know what, he had fun. He didn’t get upset about what was happening when he was failing and falling, he just kept working at the process and he got better and better over time.
So, think about where you are falling over and over and over again in your practice and find ways to look at the process, look at the inputs, make changes, check your balance, and then find ways to be successful.
It will work, just keep at it. Do not get discouraged, keep at it, work on the process and you’ll get there.
Head over to our Facebook page and let us know what keeps making you fall and how you are going to change the inputs to create success.
Dr. Jay is in beautiful California for this week’s Two Minute Drill. Only 3 days after July 4th Dr. Jay is talking about tyranny. In this week’s video, he is talking about the tyrants he is fighting and asking you to think about what tyrants you are dealing with in your life.
Internal and External Tyrants
For Dr. Jay, there are two tyrants he is dealing with, one internal and one external.
Internal is that self-doubt, that fear, that he may not be able to achieve everything I am trying to achieve. The only way he knows how to fight that is through education and learning. So every time he gets that feeling of “I’m not going to get to that goal, I’m not going to achieve that thing”, he tries to learn more.
For the external tyrant, as some of you know well third-party payers, third-party administrators, insurance companies, and the like. Dr. Jay has spent the better part of the last two decades fighting these tyrants and at the end of the day he has had some successes and he has had some failures. The only thing that he knows how to do is to pivot and try something new.
So, what are the tyrants in your life? What are the internal tyrants, internal voices you are struggling with? What are those external tyrants that you have dealt with for a long time and maybe you need to pivot and do something different to achieve your goal?
Head over to our Facebook page and let us know what tyrants you are in your life and how you are fighting them.