Mark Bush- CEO, Author, Veteran

Everything we do in our lives is intentional! EVERYTHING! We, however, seldom consider the effect our daily actions have, or COULD have, on others, especially those we care about and value. What Mark has done by developing his #LiveIntentionally process is inspire us to think about how we can positively affect our loved ones, our co-workers, even strangers, in an intentional way and to commit to doing so one week at a time. Most of us have intended to do what Mark commends us to do here, but never quite got to it. No more excuses! Mark has provided us a structured way of being who we always wanted to be! Do it! Do it now! Do it intentionally! Make a difference!

Mark is also the CEO of Saving Grace Solutions, Author of LiveIntentionally, a public speaker, and a veteran of the Air Force.

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Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t Simon Sinek

Imagine a world where almost everyone wakes up inspired to go to work, feels trusted and valued during the day, then returns home feeling fulfilled. This is not a crazy, idealized notion. As Simon Sinek noticed in his travels around the world, great leaders create environments in which people naturally work together to do remarkable things. Some of these teams trust each other so deeply that they would literally put their lives on the line for each other.

The Circle of Safety leads to stable, adaptive, confident teams, where everyone feels they belong and all energies are devoted to facing the common enemy and seizing big opportunities. Leaders who are willing to eat last are rewarded with deeply loyal colleagues who will stop at nothing to advance their leader’s vision and their organization’s interests. It’s amazing how well it works.

The Secret of Teams: What Great Teams Know and Do Mark Miller
As he did in The Secret, Mark Miller uses a compelling business fable to reveal profound yet easily grasped truths that can dramatically transform any organization. Debbie Brewster, the heroine of The Secret, has been promoted and is now struggling with taking her new team to the next level. Her old mentor, Jeff Brown, the company’s CEO, sends her out to find the secret of teams. On her journey she learns from three very different teams—the Special Forces, NASCAR, and a local restaurant.

Debbie and her team discover the three elements that all successful teams have in common. But that’s just the beginning. The devil is in the details, as the story of Debbie’s efforts to actually implement the three elements shows. You’ll learn how to change entrenched ways of thinking and acting, what you have to do to optimize each of the three elements of a successful team, how to measure your progress, and more.

Creating high-performance teams does more than just give your organization a competitive advantage. It can be a performance multiplier that significantly improves results while honoring and developing people. It may be the ultimate win-win-win that your organization is seeking.

LiveIntentionally: 52-Week Challenge Mark Bush

Everything we do in our lives is intentional! EVERYTHING! We, however, seldom consider the effect our daily actions have, or COULD have, on others, especially those we care about and value. What Mark has done by developing his #LiveIntentionally process is inspire us to think about how we can positively affect our loved ones, our co-workers, even strangers, in an intentional way and to commit to doing so one week at a time. Most of us have intended to do what Mark commends us to do here, but never quite got to it. No more excuses! Mark has provided us a structured way of being who we always wanted to be! Do it! Do it now! Do it intentionally! Make a difference!


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