It's that intangible feeling you get when the basket is as big as the ocean and you just can't seem to miss a shot?
It's sometimes referred to as being in the "zone" or on "fire" and is one those unexplainable things that you want to bottle when you got it and never let go.
During Game 1 of the 1992 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan seemed to have everything working for him when he scored 35 points in the first half of the game.
Everything he threw up seemed to drop including six three-pointers.
Even Jordan himself couldn't explain what was going on.
That magical mystical feeling is also sometimes referred to as your "Mojo" and MJ definitely had it working for him that game.
Speaking of which, Marshall Goldsmith is a world renowned executive coach and joins the next edition of HCL Radio to discuss his latest book, "Mojo" How To Get, How To Keep It and How To Get It back When You Lose It"
As Marshall describes, "Mojo is that positive spirit that radiates on the inside"
The relationship between leadership and Mojo is very relevant because the good feeling we experience as a result of finding our Mojo can be spread to others and impact them in a positive way as well.
Marshall also points out that there's a direct connection between our personal happiness and meaning and finding that inner Mojo.
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