Accelerating Velocity

December 15, 2014 / Leadership / 3 Comments

Happy Monday!

Here’s a quick tip on how to accelerate the net velocity of achievement in your business and life:

[00:00] Hey There! Here’s a quick tip on how to accelerate the velocity of achievement in your Life.

[00:11] My name is Lisa Hale, and I am the Leadership Architect at Focused Leadership Consulting. I just got done a few minutes ago working with a small group of my elite private clients.

[00:22] And they asked me, what does it take to get what I want done in life? To get to my dreams faster?

[00:30] A few years back, a great Mentor of mine – Brian Klemmer, explained something to me…

[00:35] He said intention equals results. And, here’s how you can apply that in your life to get the results you want faster in life.

[00:44] When you have an intention [a goal] going this way, that is really clear and really strong, then the competing intentions that might be going this way, don’t slow you down too much.

[00:54] But if you have your main intention here, and your competing commitments right here; Then what happens is, your main intention is going this way, and your competing commitments are pushing back so hard that you make very slow progress in your life.

[1:10] So the key is to raise your intention, your main, real intentions. Raise your commitments really high, and take the competing forces in your life and reduce the volume on those, or reduce the force on those, so that your velocity of achievement now is more like that.

[1:28] If you’d like to have a conversation with me on how this could work in your life, give me a call.



© 2014 Focused Leadership Consulting and Lisa E. Hale, Ph.D. All Rights Reserved.


  1. Rick Griggs

    December 15, 2014
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    Nice work!

    • admin

      December 17, 2014
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      Thank you Rick!

  2. Melody Taylor-Fliege

    December 18, 2014
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    Watching your video makes me think of integrity. Integrity is the intention you talk about in the video. It's the intention all lined up, focused in the same direction. When we're scattered with intention in too many directions at once we sabotage ourselves. I like how you spell it out. Thanks Lisa.

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