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.
You have to watch this video to see what Dr. Jay is up to this week. You may be confused when you first see him but keep watching.
Stepping out of your comfort zone
This week Dr. Jay is stepping out of his comfort zone with the goal of helping him grow. He’s not talking about growing his hair, but growing as a human. Abraham Maslow, a famous humanistic psychologist, said “what one can be, one must be”. In order to be what you can be, you have to take chances. You have to experiment in order to learn and grow. Ask yourself,
What are you doing to experiment?
What are you doing to learn and grow?
What are you doing to be your very best self?
Think about these questions and share with us on our social channels what you are going to do this week to step out of your comfort zone to learn, grow, and be your best self.