Shannon Waller is a Director at Strategic Coach who develops innovative strategies for successful entrepreneurial teamwork. Listen to how learning her M.O. for the first time changed the path of her life. She shows that obstinance and the freedom to be yourself is a combination that leads to success.
Claire and Charles Tietgen share the life saving impact that came from learning Claire's M.O. In school, Claire battled against a learning disability and being bullied which lead to her attempting suicide. Through being obstinate, Claire took control of her natural abilities and turned her life around. Now she shares with other students and schools how important it is to have the freedom to be yourself.
How important is conative synergy? In this episode, Kathy covers what went wrong or right in some of the largest companies in the world. She highlights the conative aspects of well-known organizations that can lead to failure and success.
Kathy Kolbe and Nicole Loucks discuss the 5 Rules for Trusting Your Guts and how you can apply them to your life. These 5 rules are the secrets to using your natural abilities to their fullest potentials. Learn how to self-provoke, be obstinate, act before you think and more!
On August 27th, the task force assigned to desegregate the New York City school system recommended the elimination of gifted and talented programs. Kim Lansdowne, the director of the Herberger Young Scholars Academy, Bret Loucks and Kathy Kolbe discuss what's right and wrong about "gifted education".
In this episode Kathy Kolbe and Bret Loucks discuss clutter. If you are a clutterer, you've surely been discouraged in educational environments, at work and maybe even at home. However, for some of us, clutter is a natural part of our creative problem solving process. Without it our lives would simply be boring.
Bob Keim carries a hefty Ph.D. in Technology Information Systems. He is a key player of many major developments in technology and conation. In this episode Kathy and Bob discuss their history and the incredible feats that they have accomplished.
Kathy Kolbe shares her thoughts on twins and conation. She answers a huge question "Does your MO have anything to do with you genes?". After interaction with many identical twins, to her the answer is obvious. Listen to find out!
Whether you're painting a picture, sketching, or composing your next masterpiece, your MO will manifest itself. In this episode Bret Loucks and Kathy Kolbe discuss how conation plays into art and music. How can you benefit from creating your own art?
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Reese Jones, a 19-year old Kolbe Certified™ Consultant, shares his journey with Kathy Kolbe. He left high school at 17 to get his GED and transitioned to work at Intermountain Audiology as a Treatment Coordinator. Now he's on a mission to understand what drives human behavior and to help others find out who they are!