Jason Goldsmith, Performance Coach | Episode #5

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This great resource will help you along the way, during or after you listen to the podcast. Not only will you get to know our guest, you will be asked tough questions to really spearhead your journey to becoming a better leader!



Jason Goldsmith has helped many professional athletes take their games to the next level. Hear Jason’s insights and how they apply to any professional, whether you are an athlete or in business.
Jason may be best known for his work with two of the PGA’s top professionals, Jason Day and Justin Rose. He helped Jason Day achieve a world #1 ranking on the PGA and he helped Justin Rose take home a Gold Medal at the first Golf Competition at the 2016 summer Olympics.
“Create an environment where people can be open to try things and be vulnerable to be able to try things.” Click To Tweet

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This great resource will help you along the way, during or after you listen to the podcast. Not only will you get to know our guest, you will be asked tough questions to really spearhead your journey to becoming a better leader! And look below for more insights and clips!!

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As a coach, Jason has a unique bond with his clients. If they know Jason is committed to helping them, they are more likely to be vulnerable. There is a special trust and energy that happens when Jason is fully present with his clients.
Being present means listening and engaging with the person in front of you.
(5:17-7:44)

Would you use the words “trust” and “vulnerable” to describe the relationships you have with your team?
Why is it important for leaders to be present with those they lead?

Jason is worried that our need for instant gratification and our shorter attention spans have had a negative impact on our ability to connect with each other.
According to Jason, a team that connects with one another will be more effective. A creative culture is the result of people feeling comfortable enough to try new things.
(30:02-31:20)

What are some ways your team can achieve more connection with each other?
If your team felt comfortable enough to new things, how would your organization benefit?

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