Kathy Kolbe and the Dynamynd team come together and discuss procrastination. We all do it and we all do it differently. Today we talk about the many ways that people procrastinate based on their Modus Operandi.
Kathy Kolbe and the Dynamynd, Inc. team share their experiences in school and family. They share the eye-opening effects of learning your MO for the first time. The Dynamynd, Inc. team is committed to giving everyone the knowledge of their strengths, in order to change the world.
Kathy Kolbe discusses the biggest block to learning, arrogance. There's a big difference between being obstinate and being arrogant. One defines the successful, and the other ultimately leads to failure.
Kathy Kolbe interviews former MLB pitcher, Jim Bruske. He shares his experience of making it to the Major Leagues. He is an inspiring example of why you should always fight for the freedom to be you.
Kathy Kolbe interviews Annapurna Chitnavis, an extremely bright biochemistry graduate. She not only got her bachelors degree in biochemistry, but she did it by the age of 17. How did knowing her M.O. help her succeed? Annapurna gives her side on the subject.
Kathy Kolbe and Bret Loucks discuss one of the most common assumptions in Kolbe Theory. Does being an initiating Quick Start really make you an extrovert? Many seem to think so. Listen to Kathy and Bret debunk this myth.
Howard Kesselman is an accountant, attorney, and much more. As a natural innovator, he has collected an array of different careers and hobbies. Listen to the story of how a Quick Start survived the waters of law and finance.
Emily Melious and Kathy Kolbe discuss the difficulties her son is facing in today's school system and some great advice to help him succeed.
Emily is the founder and CEO of Launch Consulting (www.launchconsulting.io). Emily is passionate about empowering people and companies to thrive. Drawing on her expertise in HR, People Analytics and the Kolbe Wisdom, she has a long track record of transforming small- to mid-sized companies into highly productive and engaged organizations. Emily is a Kolbe Certified Consultant and Youth Specialist which has aided her in her mission to help young people discover their natural talents, and has coached over 900 students to date.
What was your high school job? For Jack Kolbe it was being a self-taught music producer. Instead of flipping burgers he was getting paid to produce music.
This week you will get a behind the scenes look at how Kathy's grandson, Jack, went from sitting in his room “messing around” making music to producing music with hundreds of thousands of worldwide listeners. You will discover the tricks Jack uses to overcome his perfectionism and what he is obstinate about.
When do you trust your doctor over your instincts? Michele was diagnosed with cancer at 25 years old. Through being obstinate and trusting her guts, she defeated cancer. This inspirational journey is fully loaded with lessons that we can all learn from.