Steve Garguilo is an expert at taking action. In this episode he explains his blueprint for how to take action on ideas, big or small. You will learn what gets in the way and blocks us from taking action as well as strategies to help you and your team take action and make progress.
What You’ll Learn
- How to take action on your ideas
- Learn how to adapt a bias towards action
- How the difference between productive and unproductive procrastination
About Steve Garguilo
Steve Garguilo works with people from all walks of life from all over the world to help them make their ideas happen.
He led the revolution to transform the culture of the 5th largest company in the world by instigating and shaping a grassroots movement at Johnson & Johnson that engaged 23,000 employees and led to countless stories of product and people development. Steve’s groundbreaking programs are known for being incredibly engaging and highly immersive and interactive. Net Promoter Scores for his programming range from +86 to +100.
Garguilo has also worked on social ventures globally, including in Kenya and India. In 2014, he completed The Mongol Rally, a 10,000-mile adventure from London to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, fundraising for the African Prisons Project.
He has lived all over the world and has spoken at TED and TEDx events across the globe in the United States, Switzerland, Brazil, Scotland, Tunisia, and Lithuania. A global citizen, he has visited each of the 48 contiguous United States and is a member of the “century club” having visited over 100 countries.
- Book: Surge by Steve Garguilo and Sergiy Skoryk
- Steve on Twitter
- Steve’s websites: stevegarguilo.com and actionsurge.com
- Episode 84: Using Goal Setting to Increase Creativity
- The Deliberate Creative on C-suite Radio
- Upcoming free webinars
- Leave a review on iTunes
What is one big idea that you want to take action on? Then, ask yourself what is one thing you can do to make progress on this right now. It is overly simple, but it’s important. Give it the importance it deserves. Take that first step and get started this week.