Brian Braudis’ 1-Minute Morning Memo: March 3, 2014-Today’s focus, MOJO

Today’s focus, MOJO: defined as any kind of influence, power or personal impact, it is something to strive toward—one of those attributes that once you work for it—and have it, the benefits never end; it’s a gift that keeps on giving.

Here are four ways you can accelerate your MOJO and move beyond being the best in the world to being the best for the world.

Move: Create a shift, a new perspective of your self, for your self. Recognize when you are “down a few rungs on your ladder,” not your best—catch yourself and shift!

Own: You own your actions, all of your actions. You accept and embrace the responsibility to act. Responsibility means being responsible for what you’re doing and not doing.

Join: Connect and unite yourself with your upward spiral—that place of flow where self-empowerment swells. This is the “sweet spot” of optimism, creativity, productivity, improved relationships and greater job satisfaction.

Objective: Being objective means your approach is unbiased by “reaction” and your “operating system” is defined as open-minded. From this stance you exude confidence, personal power and understanding.

Developing your MOJO makes personal and business sense. But it’s more than just practical. It is a promise to become a better you–the person you were meant to be!