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Positive Productivity with Kim Sutton | Empowering Entrepreneurs to Achieve and Appreciate Personal and Professional Success

Positive Productivity is NOT about perfection. When we stop worrying about perfection and instead focus on living as OUR authentic, transparent, entrepreneur selves, we can achieve our goals and make our dreams a reality. Listen as Kim and guests discuss how to live a positively productive life in the areas of entrepreneurship, digital marketing, outsourcing, team building, online business, networking, relationships, work/life balance and more! #positiveproductivity
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Jul 16, 2018

“The common thread always is the people.”

Natasha Todorovic is a trained consultant who has worked with a diverse group of international clients from many different industries and at all levels of management. She uses an approach called Spiral Dynamics which, as the name suggests, requires one to get to the core of who you are similar to how DNA (which rotates around in a spiral) is at the very core of who we are. Natasha is fascinated by the relationships she sees between people because - as she says - that’s where the magic happens.  Listen in as Kim and Natasha have an inspiring conversation about people, collaboration, and clogged pipes.  Trust me, you will be inspired!

Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp420

Highlights:

9:56 Getting to the core of who you are

20:20 50% of projects fail because of lack of collaboration

25:30 Spiral Dynamics

27:18 The DNA of our business

30:35 Sometimes the pipes get clogged

31:51 There’s a magic in seeing what’s between the people, rather than focusing on the people

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