Becoming the person you want to be: How to create behavior that lasts I Ep. 147

“The problem is not knowing who we want to become, it’s becoming that person,” said Marshall Goldsmith during our conversation for the ROI Podcast.

We live in a world of constant change. Things come up that you don’t expect in your week or your day – Days just don’t always go as planned, especially in 2020. There are always triggers that could change our behaviors. Our environment plays a big role. So how do you stay on track in a quest to become the person you want to be? One suggestion -- Ask yourself a number of questions every day starting with, “Did I do my best to…?”

In this week’s episode of the ROI Podcast, host Teresa Mackin and Kelley School of Business Dean and Frank P. Popoff Chair of Strategic Management Idalene “Idie” Kesner speak with Marshall Goldsmith, MBA’72, a Kelley alumnus and a leading executive coach and best-selling author. Goldsmith received the Kelley School of Business 2009 Distinguished Entrepreneur Award.

Goldsmith discusses his New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts—Becoming the Person You Want to Be, explaining more about how your environment influences your behavior every single day – and how to work to make sure you can overcome obstacles to become exactly who you want to be.


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