In this episode, Alay and Chris discuss:
- Concept of Pique-Performance.
- The programmable nature of people through language.
- Maximizing our own resources – time, energy, emotional state, and focus.
- Creating high productivity across your team with incredible frequency.
- Words matter. Changing a phrase from “I’m sorry about…” to “thank you for…” creates a completely different response in the audience.
- Sustainable changes require long term engagement and continued maintenance. Skills fade if they aren’t used.
- If we can move into a different area of possibility, as opposed to confinement or restriction, it opens up the doors to creativity.
- “What pique-performance does is that it makes you more creative, it makes you more innovative, it makes you less stressed out, and it makes you more effective.” — Chris King
- “Change is hard. And change is harder as you get older. Having something really powerful to motivate you can pull you through. “ — Alay Yajnik
- “You don’t have to be an athlete to get in the zone.” — Chris King
- “Coaching is a craft…you cannot simply just bring on random people and have them coach your clients.” — Alay Yajnik
About Chris King:
Imagine making the impossible, or even the unimaginable, a reality in 1/5 the time everyone thought it would take. And imagine doing it with zero stress. This is what is possible in “flow.”
“Pique-performance” executive coach and speaker Chris M. King sets up the conditions for flow, a.k.a. “the zone.” He facilitates the journeys that lead to the discoveries that create sustainable advancements for organizations and individuals to exceed their professional and personal goals with velocity, and even RENEGOTIATE THEIR EXISTENCE!
Go from the status quo to Status Flow!
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