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What You Can Do to Get Out of Your Own Way [Podcast]

September 10, 2019

Episode 79: Michael and Kathryn discuss how easy it is for business leaders to get in their own way. Real transformative change begins with the company leader... So if you think you have some 'limiting beliefs' that are holding you back, try...

The Secret to Finding and Hiring a Good Consultant [Podcast]

September 3, 2019

Episode 78: Michael and Kathryn discuss the right way to find and hire a good consultant. Finding a consultant who can help your company (and who you actually like) can sometimes seem like an impossible feat... but it doesn't have to be. If this...

The Journey from Idea to Implementation (And How to Get Unstuck) [Podcast]

August 27, 2019

Episode 77: Michael and Kathryn share their process for taking something from the idea stage to the implementation stage. If you need some encouragement or tips on what baby steps to take to start tackling a big goal, then this podcast episode is...

Hope is a Strategy [Podcast]

August 20, 2019

Episode 76:  Michael and Kathryn debunk the common myth that 'Hope' is not a legitimate strategy and discuss how you can leverage the power of hope to inspire your customers. If the word 'hope' sounds like a wishy-washy term to you, and you've...

Using Surveys to Assess Your Company Culture [Podcast]

August 13, 2019

Episode 75: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn focus on the culture of an organization and the Net Promoter Score System you can use to help your company become a Passion and Provision company.

How to Analyze Employee Performance in 7 Easy Steps [Podcast]

August 6, 2019

Episode 74: Michael and Kathryn discuss the system from Robert F. Mager's book, Analyzing Performance Problems. There are 7 steps that will help you solve any problem you might face in your company. If you need to figure out why people aren't...

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