How often do you ask yourself,

“Why Have We Stopped Growing?”

Here’s a “tough love” question…

 

Is My company in a bad mood?

Moods are like a sickness; they’re contagious, 

They feel bad and they snuff out your energy

 

They make it hard to focus…

They leave us wary and defensive…

 

Don’t let your people stumble into the
six sick states of negative attitudes

 

Take our on-line quiz and find out if they have

The 6 Sick MoodsGet to the Agile Mood

 How Mood Contagions Start and Proliferate

 

You’ve had bad moods – they’re altered states of behavior

When you get in a bad mood, you’re never at your best.

You’re distracted; you dwell on what’s wrong. Maybe they make you feel like a victim

When these mean spirits visit, you might feel free to do some mean-spirited thing.  You can’t always hear the voice of your higher self.

If you can  even notice what’s going on for others, you might notice how everyone around you get’s in a bad mood, too.

What’s up with that? What set them off?

Pretty soon, you’ve got the whole group going down a down-flowing  negativity spiral. It can take a long time to come back up. In the “mean” time, your revenues will dive down there with you.

“The Agile Mood” is just the opposite

It’s a mindset of confidence and resourcefulness. It’s about having a vision of where you want to go, and looking forward to getting there, while sharing a sense of exuberence with your people about the journey from here to there.

 

Bad moods at the office work the same way…

They stop your people from meeting your goals.

When your team gets down,

  • Revenue goals slip
  • Innovation stalls
  • Employees loose motivation
  • Leaders get mired down in day to day operational crises
Sure, you can adopt all those official, sanctioned methods to push through your agenda.
No one will criticize you for doing what everyone else does.

But you’re not after the same results as everyone else, are you?

Those sanctioned approaches just don’t work.  Let us show you the difference that makes a differenece.

The link between Moods, expansive Energy and success

Great Leaders Keep Their Tribe in a Positive Mood.  You Can, Too

You also know what it’s like to be around someone who’s in a bad mood, right?

That’s why great leaders, who work through others to achieve their vision, master the art of keeping their people in a good mood.

Highly productive companies create what we call the Agile Mood.

It’s described and cited in studies on emotional intelligence, neuro-science, positive psychology, and business journals such as the Harvard Business Review.

Let us show you how to shift the direction of your business.  Put aside those persistant old frustrations that stand between you and your goals.

Building a Business is About Building Human Energy With Positive Mindsets and Personal Engagement

You’ve had bad moods – it’s an altered state of behavior

When you get in a bad mood, you’re never at your best.

You’re distracted; you dwell on what’s wrong. You become a victim

You might do some mean-spirited thing.  You dismiss your higher inner voice.

If you’re observant, you might even notice that everyone around you is in a bad mood, too.

Ever wonder who set them off?

Pretty soon, you’re all headed into a downward spiral. It can take a long time to rise back up, but your revenues will go down there with you.

“The Agile Mood” is just the opposite

It’s a mindset of confidence and resourcefulness. It’s about having a vision of where you want to go, and looking forward to getting there, while sharing a sense of exuberence with your people about the journey from here to there.

Sure, you can adopt all those official, sanctioned methods to push through your agenda.
No one will criticize you for doing what everyone else does.

But you’re not after the same results as everyone else, are you?

Those sanctioned approaches just don’t work.  Let us show you the difference that makes a differenece.

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There’s a flip side to moods; being around other people who keep getting in bad moods. 

It’s disgusting, right? You shut down.  You want to get away.

When they rant, fume or throw a pity party, you flle your shoulders slump and your muscles tighten.  Your jaw clenches. It’s hard to get work done. It’s hard to be at your best.

I’s easy to slip into a bad mood of your own.

One person in a bad mood can suck all the air out of the room.  A whole group’s energy can just fizzle out. Everything they were looking forward to getting done suddenly seems inconceivable.