Kathy continues with her gift buying tips based on the recipient’s natural creative process (M.O.), beginning with those who have no mode where they initiate action – the facilitators. She gives warnings about gifts to avoid for those with resistance in a mode and finishes by explaining how your method of shopping is a demonstration of your conative talents.
Kathy provides tips for finding the perfect gift to match the recipient’s personal creative process. Finally some relevant advice for giving the perfect gift that will be appreciated and utilized.
Kathy explores a unique talent for collaboration and offers her perceptions in a celebration of the life of President George H.W. Bush.
Audio Clips of President Bush from:
George H.W. Bush Library Center
Kathy talks with Dr. Andrea Kayne, Director of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at DePaul University College of Education. Dr. Kayne is also an award winning author and thought leader. She is a master at using her unique natural abilities to make an impact in a wide area of pursuits. It’s a fascinating discussion about how to find your path to excellence.
Mordechai Friedman tells the story of how learning how to manage his instinctive creative process has impacted his ability to work without burn-out days.
Kathy talks with Jerry Lujan about how success and leadership is dependent on the levels of effort people are willing to contribute. How to identify where people are and how to increase their levels of effort.
It's about time obstinate people get a little credit for being willing to take a risk and being fearless when it comes to making a difference.
if we're going to get rid of the status quo, we better be obstinate.
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