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Case Study: Influence Ecology Faculty Dinner with the CEO

The 2018 Annual Member Conference in Los Cabos, Mexico included a podcast episode dinner with a few members of the Influence Ecology faculty. You’ll hear Vice President Drew Knowles, Dr. Gary Ward, James Walls, Marne Power and Suzanne Pool. Five people from five different countries as they dialogue about why Influence Ecology

Case Study: Influence Ecology Faculty Dinner with the CEO2018-02-27T12:34:14+00:00

Case Study: The Conceit of Independence

Always willing to help but never able to ask for it, Tara Collison’s journey as a student of Influence Ecology is a useful case study in the conceit of independence. She discovered that her independence was merely ego and that this view and the subsequent actions alienated others, left her exhausted, and

Case Study: The Conceit of Independence2018-02-26T10:28:55+00:00

Case Study: The Elements of Value

Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture designs buildings in places that bring people together. As award-winning architects, their projects are sharply differentiated from competitors, but often the final selection still won to price. Wanting to control their future, CEO Craig Bouck pursued an education in the Elements of Value. The firm had mastered practical utility,

Case Study: The Elements of Value2018-02-19T16:52:41+00:00

The Appropriate Mood with Lee J and Valorie Howard

As biological exchange animals, our moods and transactions are inextricably linked. Most people are naïve to the moods appropriate (or inappropriate) for transacting. To transact powerfully, you must attend to producing appropriate moods. Valorie and Lee J Howard are entertainment experts skilled at building the perfect mood for their customers. They care deeply about delivering

The Appropriate Mood with Lee J and Valorie Howard2019-06-08T06:59:52+00:00

The New Poverty of Self-Sufficiency with Miranda McCroskey

Miranda McCroskey is a 20+ year defense attorney who founded Unlock Legal to help 'accidental criminals' unlock their professional license from the collateral consequence of one bad choice. As a business owner, she discovered that the saying “keep it small and keep it all” might also lead to “the new poverty of self-sufficiency.” In other

The New Poverty of Self-Sufficiency with Miranda McCroskey2019-06-08T07:03:29+00:00