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Brett Bartholomew
Coach, Author, Keynote Speaker, Lifelong Student. I help others solve people problems that impede performance.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 29
Replying to @PCSimonson
Yes. Character limit. Which is why I despise Twitter compared to other mediums. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Sometimes we have to oversimplify to meet the quota.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 29
Be the devil’s advocate to your own inner curmudgeon. It’s fine to disagree w/someone. What’s not ok is to go through life never questioning your own reactions, emotions or biases. Think, “when might this be true?” as opposed to going on auto-attack mode. You’ll get further.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 29
Being comfortable speaking doesn’t mean we’re effective at speaking. Similarly, being “effective” isn’t determined solely by getting YOUR point across, it’s also about addressing the concerns of others in commonly comprehensible ways. Be specific, engaging, informed & relatable
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 28
Great work by with his presentation on applying lessons from track and field to improve sprinting and jumping for all athletes.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 27
When we upgrade our understanding of human behavior, communication and influence, we upgrade our ability to make a difference as a coach.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 27
Replying to @Coach_ChrisG @the_ASCA
Hahah! Thank you Chris! The Ali G reference got me. I appreciate you- really wanted to do something that provided value here. Hope it helped!!
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 27
The consequences of poor communication may seem simple, but if overlooked they’re also insidious. Soft skills are the foundation of leadership, and the more we train and evaluate them, the fewer blind spots we’ll have in our personal and professional life.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 27
Speak the language of the listener. Effective communication is centered around the shared sending, receiving and decoding of messages. A common mistake is to assume others listen as we do. Styles of listening vary widely. More here👇🏻
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 26
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 26
When you find yourself frustrated that your message doesn’t seem to be getting across consider this- 👇🏻
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 26
Replying to @pcortes64 @KonnerBeste
Paul- I really appreciate you including my work here. It means more than you know. Thank you.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Duh
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Thanks for the tag! We specialize in topics related to buy-in, engagement, and understanding what makes others tick so that we can lead them in a more effective way.
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Martin Alido Nov 21
“It’s not about being the smartest person in the room, but rather being the person who is the most capable of reading the room. Doing something meaningful with the information you gather: speaking in a language that others can relate to and understand. “ -
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Replying to @TheRVX
Whatever resonates my friend! This is a great take.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Replying to @PDScoach
Great add!
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Most poor decisions are made at the intersection of ego and impatience. As ambiguity increases default to core values, observe more closely & stay the course.
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Brett Bartholomew Nov 25
Thank you so much for listening. I really appreciate it.
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Ally Abel, MPH |📍Albany, NY Nov 25
Awesome convo between and Founder/Director of Kara Shull - A nonprofit founded in Harlem focused on fighting the inactivity crisis. “Inspiring this generation to be who they’re made to be though movement and body education.”
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