AFH 036: Get Momentum with Jason Womack [PODCAST]

Hosts

Ryan Ripley, Jason Womack

Discussion

Ryan Ripley (@ryanripley) and Jason Womack (@jasonwomack) got together at the Path to Agility Conference to talk about Jason’s latest book – “Get Momentum”.

Jason Womack

Get Momentum Author – Jason Womack

Jason and his wife Jodi wrote “Get Momentum” to help people learn “how to start when you’re stuck”.

In “Get Momentum”, the Womack’s walk us through “5 Momentum Questions” designed to help us uncover what is holding us back, who we want to be, and how we can get started down the path that gets us there.

During our talk, Jason covered the power of “no”, modeling the behaviors of others, helping people become the best versions of themselves, and how to build momentum towards our goals.

And then…we called it a day.

I’d like to thank the Central Ohio Agile Association (COHAA) for putting on The Path to Agility Conference and for allowing me to interview the speakers and attendees at the conference.

Path is one of my favorite agile conferences. If you have not attended, you are missing out.

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Resources, Plugs, and More

Ryanhttp://ryanripley.com

Jasonhttp://womackcompany.com/

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  • I like the shorter episode as a change of pace from your typical format. Your usual time box lets you really explore a topic from many sides and lends itself to having several guests/hosts; please don’t stop doing those. I think the name you used, 1-on-1, describes the format perfectly and lends itself to a shorter time box. This could have easily devolved into a 15 minute commercial for Jason’s book; nice work keeping the discussion lively and interesting. Normally you let guests plug their books at the end of the show, this time you led with that; not a criticism, just pointing out the difference. Keep up the great work.

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  • Great podcast! Jason had so many great questions for us to use. “What do you want to be know for?” and “Who can I learn from?” I can really use those in so many parts of my life! I will checkout Jason’s book too.

    • Thanks Tom! Jason was great to talk to. He and wife have put together a great book and some very powerful questions for us to think over and hopefully act on!

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