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The Focus 3 Podcast is hosted by Tim Kight and Urban Meyer. Tim is the founder and CEO of Focus 3, a firm whose mission is to help companies around the world align the power of leadership, culture, and behavior to achieve exceptional results. Urban Meyer is one of the most successful head coaches in college football history having won three national championships. Together, they discuss the fundamentals of building exceptional teams, organizations, and people.
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Tim and Urban lay out guiding principles on how to make meetings more productive for solving problems and more effective at building culture.  — 0:00 Intro 9:10 #1 Only hold a meeting if it's necessary 10:13 #2 Establish and follow meeting success criteria 11:33 #3 Have clear objectives 11:48 #4 Have an agenda 13:09 #5 Provide all necessary info prior to meeting 13:42 #6 Meeting participants: Arrive on time, be prepared, be concise, don't ramble 23:23 #7 Follow the agenda 25:36 #8 Notes are taken, archived, and kept 26:17 #9 Decisions and assigned actions are appointed to people 26:38 #10 Review meeting effectiveness periodically 28:24 Closing  
#58: Momentum Matters

#58: Momentum Matters

2019-10-1400:29:421

Tim Kight and Urban Meyer discuss the importance of momentum, and four key enemies of momentum that teams and individuals are challenged by. — 0:00 Intro 1:42 Momentum and it's impact 5:01 Enemy #1: Insufficient Energy 10:01 Enemy #2: Friction 15:05 Enemy #3: Speed Bumps 18:51 Enemy #4: Drifting Off-course 26:58 Closing
Following podcast #57, Tim reflected on the conversation he had with Urban about the Four Levels of Engagement and had some additional thoughts he wanted to share. 
#57: Focused Energy

#57: Focused Energy

2019-09-3000:44:291

Tim and Urban discuss four levels of energy a person can have when it comes to doing the work: Compelled, Committed, Compliant, and Cynical. — 0:00 Intro 5:10 Four levels of engagement 5:56 Cynical 9:53 Compliant 12:44 Committed 15:03 Compelled 21:09 Don't ask for compelled followers if you're not a compelled leader 26:04 Recruit it, Develop it, Reward it 29:36 Focused Energy 32:17 Attract and train as many real leaders as you can 37:48 The Enemy: Entropy 41:10 Closing
#56: Win the Moment

#56: Win the Moment

2019-09-1500:36:351

Tim Kight and Urban Meyer discuss the benefits of breaking down challenges and difficulties to individual moments. Then provide practical ways to engage and win those moments.
Tim Kight interviews Nick Foligno, captain of the Columbus Blue Jackets. Nick gives some deep insight in how he rose to the challenge when his family faced tremendous adversity right as his team began to make a run in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  — 0:00 Intro 7:04 Nick's background 13:55 Developing a leadership mindset 22:55 High confidence and low ego 26:38 Own your role 32:08 Create your own energy 34:17 The Foligno family deals with adversity 37:36 What resilient people do 41:54 The family deals with adversity again... 45:26 ...and again 47:58 Find a way 54:35 A lesson in leadership 57:12 Closing  
#54: The Get Better Mindset

#54: The Get Better Mindset

2019-08-1900:45:551

Tim and Urban discuss the Three Commitments required by someone in order to build skill beyond their level of talent. — 0:00 Intro 2:25 Three myths about skill building 16:04 Align your habits with your dreams and goals 17:42 The Three Commitments 18:48 #1 Choose the mindset 28:59 #2 Do the work 39:08 #3 Be Coachable 43:58 Closing
Tim and Urban discuss the most powerful motivation for a team or group of people. — 0:00 Intro 3:34 Three types of love: Eros, Philia, Agape 8:38 Love isn't a feeling, it's a choice 14:10 Love doesn't lower its standards 20:16 The decision to love precedes feelings 26:38 Love what you do 29:28 It's about how you make somebody else feel 31:40 Do not equate love with trust 36:19 Closing    
Tim and Urban launch right into this podcast's message: When under pressure you don't rise the to the level of the occasion, you rise only to the level of your training. — 0:00 Revert to your training 4:43 The training 11:37 R Factor training 15:27 Contact is made 19:51 The development of your staff begins with you 22:37 Make your response stronger than any event 25:10 Don't flinch 27:44 A tragic 48 hours 31:04 Culmination of the work 35:00 Stay the course 41:45 Closing
#51: The Heart of Culture

#51: The Heart of Culture

2019-07-1700:37:06

Tim and Urban discuss how to build a culture with clear standards. 0:00 Intro 3:00 Own the development of your staff 9:38 Fixing a trust issue 16:22 Going to work on building trust 18:26 The relationship between culture and strategy 25:28 Learning how to systematically build trust 34:03 Closing
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Troy Marsh

training vs coaching ... mindset vs skill ... 33 min

Oct 28th
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John Stutz

critical point right here. everyone has to communicate culture built in small units

Jul 24th
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Chris Lindner

Guys, just ran across your podcast! Great stuff! RE the issue of parents attaching their identity to their child's performance, I heard someone ask the question "When you're rooting for your child, are you rooting for their first name, or their last name?" Thanks!

Dec 12th
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