April 20, 2010 -- When it comes to achieving personal and professional success in life, author Marshall Goldsmith says the key lies in mojo. No, this isn't the mojo that Austin Powers lost in his comedy films, this is a positive spirit that starts inside and radiates outward. Goldsmith believes people who make an effort to increase their mojo will find that their lives improve exponentially. In his new book, "Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, and How to Get It Back If You Lose It," Goldsmith shows you how to increase your mojo and improve your life.
In today's Conversation, Diane Sawyer speaks with Goldsmith about what people can do every day to increase their mojo. What should we all be aware of to keep our mojo high? Is it really as simple as keeping track of all our activities? How could a crisis of optimism keep us from maximizing our mojo? What sorts of benefits do we experience when we become more aware of our own mojo?
Tune in today's Conversation to become one with your own mojo.