Getting Results Fan Page Now Available



The Getting Results Facebook Fan Page is now available.  It’s for my latest book, Getting Results the Agile Way.

Getting Results is my first non-technical book and it’s all about making you great.

You’ll learn the super skills for working on the right things, the right way, at the right time, with the right energy … unleashing your best.

It’s Changing Lives and Empowering People

You can learn the secrets of how I drive myself, coach other teams, and lead distributed teams around the World for more than 10 years for world-class results.

It’s spreading fast … people are adopting it … and people are writing stories to me about how it’s changing their lives.  Who knew success would be so contagious … and everybody wants some of that 🙂

It’s all about getting results in work and life.  It’s the best of the best success patterns for making the most of what you’ve got, playing to your strengths, mastering your time, and living your values.

All the Best-Kept Secrets of Getting Results are Yours for the Asking

I’m a fan of sharing know-how rapidly, effectively, and unselfishly … so all the secrets are in the guide, no holds barred.  You get the distillation of trial and tribulation, deliberate practice, and synthesis of the best of the best methods for getting results.

Get the system on your side and like Bruce Lee said, “absorb what is useful.”

Help Lift Others Up

Maybe you’ll be the next rags to riches story.  Maybe you’ll become the new hero at work who moves mountains and makes things happen.  Maybe you’ll just find more joy in your day to day.  Either way … best wishes on uncorking yourself and may the full force of Agile Results be with you.

If it’s not for you, maybe you know somebody who needs a lift up in life.  Share it with them.  I’m teaching my friends and family and all who care about the skills to go the distance in an ever-changing world.

Photo by dheuer.


  1. J.D,. I already recommended this site to a handful of family and friends and am happy to say that the last three days I have been doing the outcome thing. I find that I’m choosing new ones and though some outcomes from yesterday might turn to a must-do for today it doesn’t have to be my focus point. So, it keeps it refreshed and fun! What I found interesting today was that I focused on my values for “wellness” and eating healthy, drinking my water and exercising and realized that really the value I need to have is for “myself” and so wellness just flows from there. Amazing how when I zoomed in on just a few key areas and stopped dodging some things how great I have felt and it’s like a new window opening for me! 😉 Thanks so much for your positive influence. I am also lightening up more and allowing myself to adjust as I go and I think that is a trust thing also to keep my eye on the goal and intention but sometimes if its just too much, pausing and reworking what matters most self-care and avoiding burnout. I think 3 outcomes is a good number and so when I get overwhelmed as mentioned above I can still smile if I’ve achieved those 3! Thanks again!

  2. @ Jenn

    Thank you!

    I’m really glad to hear you are feeling refreshed and having fun. That’s the key to a sustainable pace.

    I’m always amazed by the power of focus, and it’s great that it’s opened new windows for you.

    The Rule of 3 works surprisingly well both to avoid overload, as well as to package up your results in a way that’s easier to think about and share, whether with yourself or others.

  3. Hi JD .. congratulations and I will get to read it – just not now! What I think is interesting .. are the stories of success, and or notations for minor adjustments, are that there’s another book almost already tailor made for you .. I love the chapter books where you can learn from others’ experience .. Good for you .. Hilary

  4. @ Farouk

    Thank you.

    @ Cheryl

    Thank you — luck might be my secret sauce 🙂

    @ Hilary

    Thank you — yes, stories of success are inspiring and I think the Chicken Soup series did a great job paving the path.

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