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The Tripping Point

The Tripping Point Malcolm Gladwell defines The Tipping Point as the moment ideas hit critical mass and spread like viruses.  We define The Tripping Point ...

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MBTI and WHO-DO

MBTI and WHO-DO™ Myers-Briggs measures personality and identifies four categories.  They are Introversion/Extraversion, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling and Judging/Perception.  WHO-DO measures your core nature of work: Mover, ...

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DiSC TEST AND WHO-DO

DiSC TEST AND WHO-DO The DiSC Test measures personality and identifies your Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness.  WHO-DO measures your core nature of work: Mover, ...

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Getting Things Dumb

“Getting Things Done” is a method for organizing your to-do list, this allows you to focus on actually accomplishing the tasks.  The method has some great techniques, but they may not work for everyone.  Join in as Karla and Allen discuss how their techniques apply to Movers, Shakers, Provers, and Makers.    Want to know if you are a Mover, Shaker, Prover, or Maker?  For a limited time, we are offering a free assessment!   Take the assessment here! ...

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F-This Revisited

Michael Gerber wrote the E-Myth. 9 years later he Revisited the E-Myth. He immediately set the tone of the book by saying: “If your business depends on you, you don’t own a business, you own a job. And it’s the worst job in the world because you’re working for a lunatic.”   “F-This Revisited” is all about the FRUSTRATION you feel trying to get things done, and how to overcome that frustration.   A huge advantage in overcoming ...

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The E-Mess

The E Mess…Explaining the mess that Entrepreneurs create in running businesses.    In the E-Myth, Michael Gerber introduces the idea of success by working ON your business, not IN it. At the time 80% of new businesses failed. Now it’s closer to 90%. That’s one reason we call it the E-Mess.  About half the people who start new businesses simply try to replicate their job without their sucky boss. Now, attractive as this may seem, you may ...

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The One Minute Mangler

The One Minute Manager spends one minute on goals in the morning, one minute praising people, and one minute on reprimands (or re-directs as changed in The New One Minute Manager).  The One Minute Mangler can throw people under the train in less than a minute.  Listen to the podcast here:    “The One Minute Mangler”  Karla Nelson:  And welcome to The People Catalyst Podcast Allen Fahden.   Allen Fahden:  Hello Karla. I’m excited about today.   Karla Nelson:  Today is going to be a fun day as ...

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7 Habits of Highly Defective People

Stephen Covey shared the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in 1989.  Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden add a little to his great discourse, looking at what are the habits of Highly Defective people. They answer questions like “How do you not put the sin in synergy?” “Are you being broactive instead of proactive?” and “Do you put the worst or first things first?”    Listen to the podcast here:    7 Habits of Highly Defective People   Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalyst Podcast, my ...

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Signing the Declaration of Independence: The First Dysfunctional Meeting

Here’s a trivia question: If Christmas is celebrated on December 25, and Valentine’s Day on February 14, when should we celebrate the Fourth of July? Duh, right? Well, not so fast.  Maybe it should be July 2nd. Congress voted for independence from England on July 2nd. 12 of the 13 colonies voted yes, while the New York delegation had to go home and get permission.  Or maybe it should be August 2nd, the date of ...

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