What can businesses learn from athletes? Top performers in their fields and medal-winning athletes like Jenny Davis know what it takes to break barriers and grow consistently.
Today, Jenny Davis—WTS Certified Coach, international sprint cyclist, and ex-judo player—unpacks the process of enhancing your business with systems she uses as a world-class athlete and businesswoman.
With a Commonwealth Games medal under her belt, Jenny is the fastest woman in Scottish sprint cycling and a sought-after keynote speaker for organizations looking to expand their horizons.
Teaching us the importance of deep strategy, Jenny explains the pitfalls of chasing quick wins at the expense of practicing consistent, positive habit formation.
By applying the systems she uses to excel in athletics, Jenny explores how “The Compound Effect” has shaped her exponential results over time, and how attention to detail makes the difference between winners and losers.
Jenny also shares her working process for helping businesses balance their operations and find new areas of growth.
In this episode we discuss:
- How to set clear business goals and reverse engineer business processes for defined, actionable steps.
- “The Compound Effect” and its capacity for exponential results through consistency.
- The importance of attention to detail and how to use deep strategy to avoid “Shiny Object Syndrome.”