What can you, as a leader, do to keep your employees motivated to consistently deliver their best performance?
The basic premise behind the Law of Big Mo is that motivation is propelled by momentum.
Momentum is an undeniable phenomenon. Momentum can pick up the slack of under-performers if loud enough.
People will perform at a higher caliber when the momentum is adequately balanced.
If you want to succeed in business, work, as a team or in life, you must learn the Law of Momentum and make the most of it. Here are some things you need to know:
- Momentum is the great exaggerator – When you have momentum, you don’t worry about small problems, and many larger ones seem to work themselves out.
- Momentum makes leaders look better than they are – When leaders have momentum on their side, people think they’re geniuses. Momentum changes everyone’s perspective of leaders.
- Momentum helps followers perform better than they are – People become effective beyond their hopes and expectations.
- Momentum is easier to steer than to start – Getting started is a struggle. It takes effort and time. The law of big MO helps you move further faster and with less effort.
- Momentum is the most powerful change agent – Followers accept changes from people who have led them to victory before.
- Momentum is the leader’s responsibility – It is the leader’s responsibility to initiate momentum and keep it going.
- Momentum begins inside the leader – Momentum begins within the individual leader. It starts with vision, passion, and enthusiasm. It starts with energy.
Leaders are naturally more in tune with momentum. They can feel it. They know when it is there, which direction it is going and when it has disappeared.
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