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The Influence Ecology podcast features case studies, stories and lessons from business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs and is followed by ambitious professionals in 80 countries and counting.

The Influence Ecology Podcast is hosted by Co-Founder and CEO John Patterson.

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Paul Adams, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

An Accurate Reflection with Paul Adams

From time to time, I'll explain Influence Ecology and our approach by telling a story about the ABC television series American Idol. The award-winning series involves discovering recording stars from unsigned singing talents. The winner receives a record deal with a major label. In one audition listed in the category of "worst of the worst" from Season 4, Mary Roach, sings "I Feel the Earth Move" by Carole King. When finished, a gobsmacked Simon Cowell asks, "what made you audition for this competition!?" Mary replies, "all my friends told me I was an awesome singer." Simon responds, "Mary, not only…

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Trisha Tyler, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Save Resources, Build Surplus with Trisha Tyler

Trisha Tyler began studying with Influence Ecology in 2012. She was single, struggling to transform a team’s performance, and had a fair amount of consumer debt. During her early participation, Tricia became a disciple of accurate thinking as it made her a better leader and decision-maker, good mentor, and coach. As a graduate of our curriculum, she is now married, has had several promotions and raises and now lives a life of surplus - a surplus of income, freedom, and adventure. Her experience and her journey are a case study in the kind of accurate thinking and planning that allows…

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Joe and Joni Rocco, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Teach to Know with Joe and Joni Rocco

I'm often confounded by those who claim to know something but can't teach it to me. The famous Nobel winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between knowing something and knowing the name of something, and it's one of the most important reasons for his success. Richard Feynman lived from 1918 to 1988. He made his mark first with his work on the Manhattan Project then won a Nobel Prize for his work in developing an understanding of quantum mechanics, and finally was a much-loved professor of undergraduate physics at Caltech University. As he explains it, there are two types…

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Marcus Bell, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Being Well Known with Marcus Bell

Marcus “Bellringer” Bell is an American music producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, singer, social media influencer, activist and entrepreneur. Having first participated with Influence Ecology in March of 2012, we interviewed him in Aug 2016 - and focused on deliberate practice - that "most people don't and won't practice". His piano practice began at age 2 with his first record company by 12 years old. In his lifetime he has marketed and promoted, produced, remixed and written for, mentored and developed some of the world’s biggest superstars and brands including Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, Sony Music, Warner Brothers, Arista…

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Suzanne Pool, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Knowing Requires Doing and Fitness Requires Practice with Suzanne Pool

To develop our fitness to transact effectively, we must practice. For example, consider how we get competent at swimming. We could read about it, study it, watch videos, discuss it, and perhaps even practice on dry land and yet still we wouldn’t know swimming until we got into the water and tested our understanding through action. Furthermore, our fitness to swim could not be developed in a single attempt. For competence, knowing requires doing and fitness requires practice. We would never consider that we know how to swim or are fit to swim until we get in the water. Yet,…

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Christopher Mercier, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Influential Environments with Christopher Mercier

In Inglewood, California, Christopher Mercier, President and Design Principal of (fer) studio builds award-winning Contemporary Iconic Architecture designed by a process whereby the final form is a result of a unique and collaborative design research method entitled Form Environment Research - or (fer) studio for short. FER's approach is to produce a unique iconic form that offers each client a strong personalized visual identity arising from exceptional care for their aims. Christopher Mercier is a specialist in the human-environment relationship and uses the "environment" as a tool to help do a lot with a little. In today's interview, we'll speak…

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Moira Clay, The Influence Ecology Podcast, Transactional Competence, Transactionalism

Asking for Help with Moira Clay

What are you working on? Are you busy being busy? Many of us can end a day wondering what we've accomplished, yet know we were quite active. How do we know we're working on the right thing? In today's interview, we address how slowing down to speed up, accurate thinking, and asking for help can produce satisfaction and balance across many conditions of life. Moira Clay Ph.D. is regarded as one of Australia’s foremost experts in the niche area of health and medical research strategic management. Her sole focus is helping research organizations drive better health outcomes through world-class research.…