All Quick Starts are not made the same! In this episode, Kathy debunks false stereotypes about people who initiate in Quick Start. These individuals are often viewed as more creative, more energetic and prone to ADHD. Kathy provides clarity about this most misunderstood of the 4 modes of action and gives insight on how the other modes of action come into play. By gaining a deeper understanding, Quick Starts will be better able to play it big, with a better chance of success.
Listen in as Kathy talks with Nicole and Sterling Loucks, the two senior managers at Dynamynd, Inc, the company through which Kathy and her team create new products and programs. They discuss persistence and obstinance in the workplace and life. What does it look like, and when is it appropriate?
At 3 years old doctors believed Jake Scott would never speak again, by age 5 he was diagnosed with severe autism. Few believed Jake would finish high school on time, if ever.
Thanks to support from his family and knowledge of his conative capabilities, Jake persevered. He not only spoke and graduated high school in four years, he delivered the commencement speech for his graduating class.
Jake and his mother, Heidi, visit with Kathy to discuss how he succeeded, his goals for the future and the frustrations along the way.
Kathy discusses the relationship between dieting, exercise, wellness, and your conative strengths. Some things just don’t work for some people. We’ll teach you how to be succeed with any M.O. in health and wellness!
What’s wrong with just trusting your gut?
Kathy offers a no-holds-barred analysis of President Trump’s leadership style in a non-political assessment of leadership, collaboration and compassion.