Building to last

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Grease the wheels of industry

INSTINX - Cooperation

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Posted January 23, 2012 at 11:37 am by Gus Griffin · Permalink · Leave a comment
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The eyes have it

INSTINX - Disciplining

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Keeping things in proportion

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Slaying Your Demons

INSTINX - Conquering Fear

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“I’m more adventurous and spontaneous”

In my career I have let my results speak for me. I have always brought projects in (even billion dollar ones) under budget and ahead of deadline, but this was no longer getting me the cooperation I wanted from my Board.  Since Instinx coaching, I’m naturally marketing our achievements more. I’m much more adventurous and spontaneous. Whenever I need some­thing, I simply ring the Chairman up if necessary and get it.  My career is on a whole new trajectory now.”

R.S. – Head of Engineering of Multinational Mining Corporation

“Now nothing phases me”

Before this coaching, an unexpectedly high bill would send me into wallowing on the futility of trying to run a business. Thanks to Instinx, now nothing phases me—it is what it is—and I do mean nothing. Amongst other things, I’ve been jailed for tax evasion, paid back every cent, opened new restaurants afterwards, which are now some of the most successful in the country. No brood­ing for me anymore; I’m less serious, hap­pier and healthier. I play it straight (no more shortcuts!) and nothing gets in the way of indulging in my own well-being.

N.C. – Owner of National Restaurant Chain

Posted January 14, 2012 at 12:32 am by Gus Griffin · Permalink · Leave a comment
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The buck stops inside here

INSTINX - Two Attitudes

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The cure for what ails you

INSTINX - Taking back attention

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Difficulty is an attitude, not a fact

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