Kim

Kim DeMotte. Team Performance Professional, Executive and Leadership Coach.
 

 

Thoughts you can use on the Value of Clarity, Trust, and the Human Interaction.

 

 

Volume 6   Issue 11                                                                                     November, 2013
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  High Definition Trust, Understanding and Camaraderie
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Where Happiness Comes From
Book Review - Managing Thought
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 "I won't be satisfied until people want to hear me sing without looking at me. Of course that doesn't mean I want them to stop looking."     

                                                    ~   Marilyn Monroe  

 

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Moment of Clarity, November 2013, Who says?
Moment of Clarity, November 2013, Who says?

 
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Where Happiness Comes From

 

 

"Happy, yes. Satisfied, no. There is a difference. I'm just not letting the latter sully the former."

 

                                                ~Dennis Martin, rally driver, husband, and father

 

That lead in an e-mail Dennis sent me got me thinking about the functional difference between being happy and being satisfied. I had noted that when we last met at a rally in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, he'd seemed happy. I was right, but I would have been wrong to assume that he was satisfied. What's the connection between the two, and what can we learn by separating them?   (Read more)..... 

 

 

 

 

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Book Review - Managing Thought

 

 

Let's face it. Everything I discuss in this blog, teach in my 3-2-1-GO sessions, or work with in my executive sessions revolves around learning to operate in the Learner/Researcher mode as opposed to the Knower/Judger mode. Being the L/R keeps us open-minded, able to see the good in things when the K/J doesn't see any. A comment I often hear is "OK. I get it intellectually. But how do I actually do it?" Along comes Mary J. Lore with her book Managing Thought(Read more).... 

   

 

 

  
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Many of my readers know what I do as a Co-Driver in a rally car....but for those who don't, click here to get a quick idea! 

 

OK.  I have an idea about what you do in a Rally Car...but what can you do for me or my team?

 

  • Reduce Struggle.
  • Dissipate Conflict.
  • Improve Relationships.
  • Relieve Stress.
  • Develop Trust, Understanding and Camaraderie in your team.

 

Check out  Kim's 3-pronged approach.

 

Who's Kim worked for?

 

Give Kim a call (877) 245-8251 toll free (314) 963-1112 in St. Louis 

 

"There is a clear and present danger.....when you are neither clear nor present."
 
Saving civilization (or your team) one conversation at a time.


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Kim DeMotte, Corporate CoDriver
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