The Entrepreneurial Style

In this segment, Hugh Massie unpacks the behavioral characteristics and challenges that face Entrepreneurs.   www.businessDNA.com www.DNAbehavior.com   [...]

The T.R.U.E. Hierarchy of Influence | Tim David | Part 1 of 3 | Episode #419

Former magician Tim David is the author of the popular book Magic Words – The Science and Secrets Behind Seven Words that Motivate, Engage, and Influence. Tim explored the important psychology behind how what we say affects those around us in business and in life His new book, TRUE Influence goes even deeper and takes aim at how influence[...]

Understanding Operational Risk Management

On this edition we’ll talk about Operational Risk Management as seen through the DNA Behavior framework, how risks are created and how you can[...]

Rise Up: What Can I Learn Today? | Kacey McCallister | Part 2 of 3 | Episode #414

Kacey McCallister is a motivational speaker, teacher, husband, and a father of 5.  He has been a foster parent and is a special needs adoptive parent.  He is best known for competing in Spartan Obstacle Course Races, where he has received the “Trifecta” award.  Kacey is also a double amputee, who lost his legs when he was just six[...]

Things Work Out: Hitchhiking from the UK to the Congo | Erik Seversen| Part 1 of 3 | Episode #409

Erik is a writer, speaker, adventurer, entrepreneur, educator, and lover of life who refused to let others tell him what he could and could not do. He continually worked toward his goals even when others said they were unreasonable. His travels have taken him to over 80 counties around the world and 49 of the 50 states in the USA,[...]

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Mergers and Acquisitions – Putting People before Numbers for Success

According to various research and a Harvard Business Review report, the failure rate for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) sits between 70 percent and 90 percent. Marc Lore President & CEO, Walmart.com | Founder & CEO, Jet.com in his LinkedIn article Empowerment after Acquisition makes this observation: Often after one company buys another, you hear leaders […]