022 Coaching with a Purpose with Mark Green

Released Monday, 6th January 2020
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00:54 – Michael introduces today’s guest, Mark Green
03:55 –Coaching for Results vs. Coaching for Growth
07:04 – Michael promotes Mark’s book, Activators
10:29 – Mark speaks to hidden growth killers
17:56 – Universal quantifiers
20:35 – Mark talks about three different types of fear
26:08 – Mark lays out the five symptoms of fear
32:45 – Mark tells the story about his Grandpa Ben and the importance of changing your neighborhood
37:55 – The value Mark places on purposefulness and the link between purpose and strategy
46:13 – Mark speaks to his personal purpose and the process it took to figure it out
50:50 – Michael encourages the audience to pick up a copy of his book, Activators
51:59 – Mark talks about some projects he’s currently working on, including a new book
53:06 – Where listeners can follow Mark
54:00 – Michael thanks Mark for joining the show
54:24 – Where to find Michael’s Functional Team Scorecard
TWEETABLE QUOTES
“When the hidden growth killers are operating and you’re not aware of them, you’re actually not really at choice, right? You’re surrendering choice to operate on your habits, your beliefs, your motivators.” (16:18)
“If you have fear that’s affecting you, there’s no way that you can feel like a great CEO when you know that you’re not addressing the behaviors that actually weaken your business.” (24:02) 
“We use logic to justify our thinking. So, we’re typically blind to our fears.” (29:16)
“Often what I’ve observed is we maintain status quo networks, comfort zone networks… And, the truth of the matter is, in many cases, you’ve become among the most expensive houses in all of your neighborhoods. And then you wonder why you’re not growing as fast as you want to grow.” (34:47)
“Purposefulness is a chronically under-utilized resource, often at great expense.” (39:30)
“My purpose is to unlock human potential.” (46:16)
RESOURCE LINKS
Michael’s LinkedIn
Michael’s Website
The Functional Team Scorecard
Mark’s LinkedIn
Mark’s Website
Link to Harvard Business Review Article on Purpose
BOOKS MENTIONED
Mark’s Book Website
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone…

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