Matti Emery – Baseball Knowledge!
In this episode of The Millionaire’s Lawyer, JP and Matti Emery discuss:
Immerse yourself in your project and you will find more success
- How do I prepare the team?
- How do I prepare the team for success?
- How do I get them past their own barriers?
Being a leader also means that you need to be able to know when to put the sword down.
Having trust within a relationship is essential; having trust between boss and team member is also key because it allows you to have a stronger relationship.
Even if the conversation is a tough conversation, sometimes it needs to happen and it can make the relationship even stronger.
Social media is causing social interactions among the younger generation to feel lost and less intimate; it is also causing people to not reflect on things because they move on to the next instant gratification.
Treat others how you would like to be treated, we know it is common sense, but it is always good to be reminded!
If you cannot accept blame, how can you learn to get better?
You don’t “deal” with people, you build a repour with them
Get your kids into sports and social activities, it will really help them once they get into the workplace.
Behind the scenes in dealing with difficult people:
- Pump the breaks, go at the conversation in a calm manner
- Pull them aside, don’t do it publically.
- Let them know what the issue is
- Understand their point of view
Invest in your team, if you show them that you are there to help them reach their goals they will produce better work
If you want something, get up and go get it!
You need to lose in order to learn
All relationships and experiences just help refine what you are looking for.
From this episode of The Millionaires Lawyer with Matti Emery:
- Give back, think of the teacher, and everyone else who took the time out of their day to assist you.
- It is the least you could do to help out the next generation!
- Have good open communication with your team Social Media has impacted the next generations in ways you wouldn’t think!