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True North Man

Aug 24, 2021

What makes you a high-performing leader? If your knowledge of leadership isn’t producing effective outcomes at your workplace or life, listen to this podcast episode to know what’s missing from your end. Jason coaches leaders to become more influential, convincing, and motivating to bring out the best in others.

Dr.Jason Jones is a business psychologist, an author, a keynote speaker, and an executive coach. When it comes to leadership development and culture development for organizations, he is an expert in equipping people with effective tools based upon the latest in neuroscience research. He is the author of two famous books, ‘28 Days to a Motivated Team’ and ‘Activator.’

In this episode of True North Man, Paul and Jason dive deep into the topic of motivation, bringing to light how you leverage brainpower to keep yourself motivated and how you become an activator unleashing potential in people. Your brain continues to grow and change if you are doing the right things to optimize it. Hear Jason offering you a plethora of ideas and information to help you perform your best in your daily life and inspire others to do the same.  


What you will learn:

  • What powerful part of the human brain is God’s precious gift to making you responsible for higher-functioning.
  • How you can “rewire your brain” to become a happier soul.
  • Why Jason’s book Activator is an insightful reading to take your leadership to the next level.
  • Why spiritual practices are good things to do.
  • And more interesting facts!


Favorite Quote:

“An activator is someone who facilitates lighting up the brain of another person creating  better energy and the momentum in their life so that they can thrive.”

-  Dr.Jason Jones


How to get involved:

Find Jason on his Website or you can connect with him on LinkedIn and Instagram.

Buy a copy of Activator and get your free book bonuses here.

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