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Jason Womack

About Jason Womack

Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA is an executive coach and author of two best-selling books. He works with successful business owners and managers at mid-career to improve their mindset, skill set, and toolkit to be more productive, collaborate effectively and achieve their goals at work and in life. Follow him on Twitter @JasonWomack

Finding Time to Be a Lifelong Learner

"I just need extra time to implement that email organizing process you taught me." "When I have the time, I'll use that delegation process you shared with us." "Next week, when things are a little less busy, I'll get to process and study those materials you sent." I could keep going...on and on. But, I [...]

By |2018-12-07T15:07:57+00:00December 12th, 2018|Attorney Wellness, Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

Share Your Dreams With These 3 People

Can you imagine your work and your life a year from now? What can you anticipate coming your way? What could impact the way you do your job? And, what will your family look like in regards to the changes you know are coming? Recently, I spoke for a group of Majors and Lt Colonels [...]

By |2018-11-13T16:43:00+00:00November 14th, 2018|Attorney Wellness, Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

They Don’t Trust You (Yet)

People like to work with people they trust. They get more done. Faster. More efficiently. For a higher good. If you're a leader, you might have an imposed expectation on yourself demanding you always be on, and you always have all the (right) answers. If you're a parent, a spouse, or a friend, you might [...]

By |2018-10-10T14:53:56+00:00October 10th, 2018|Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

Only You Can Prevent Lost Time

60 minutes in an hour. 24 hours in a day. Seven days in a week. Where does time go? Good news… you’re not the first person to struggle with this question! A long, LONG time ago, Marcus Aurelius wrote, "Stop jumping off the track. You don't have time to reread your diaries, or the lives [...]

By |2018-09-06T09:33:40+00:00September 6th, 2018|Attorney Wellness, Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

How to Build a Great Team

The way to build a great team - or to contribute to one if you're junior - is to track progress regularly and find ways to improve how you work together. Everyone plays a role in working effectively and efficiently together. Naturally, you’ll notice the wins and losses. You’ve got to know when you’re on [...]

Why You Should Make These Two Lists

"But I thought you meant..." Have you heard someone say that lately? Or, have you said it to someone you work or live with? Talking about your goals - out loud, and with the right people - is a sure way to save time, relieve stress and be more productive. You might even save some [...]

By |2018-07-12T15:31:22+00:00July 12th, 2018|Attorney Wellness|0 Comments

Three Coaches Who Will Make the Difference

As you consider the journey you're on (that is: where you've been, where you are and where you're going), you deserve to ask yourself a self-reflective question: Where were you and what were you doing five years ago that is different from today? All too often, successful people spend much time looking the current problems [...]

By |2018-06-12T15:27:24+00:00June 13th, 2018|Attorney Wellness, Managing Your Practice|0 Comments

Mission Complete! Five Ways to Know When You’re Done With What You’re Doing.

"Almost done..." How many times have you said this in the past week? Is there an email you need to add a line or two to? Do you have a few slides that need updating in that presentation you're giving? How about at home...a room or desk that is "almost" finished? In this article, I'm [...]

Don’t Manage Time. Do Manage Yourself.

What are your motivations for action? Yes, that's right, I'm asking you to write down your own "motivations." Before I guide you to better manage yourself - and therefore your time - I want you to look in the mirror. Spring has sprung for much of the country. From California to Texas and all the [...]

By |2018-04-09T15:21:47+00:00April 11th, 2018|Attorney Wellness, Managing Your Practice|0 Comments