How to Collaborate, Empower, and Grow Your Team – Podcast Episode 11
In this episode of the Memory Makers Podcast, we’re coming to you from the Amusement 360 stage! It’s here that we dive into a game-changing concept: “Who Not How.” from Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy.
When you find the right individuals to collaborate with, they can take your business further, faster. From improving operational efficiency to fostering personal growth, this episode offers insights that can be directly implemented into your family entertainment center.
- Leverage the Power of Collaboration: Recognize that you don’t have to do everything on your own. By finding the right people (the “who”) to collaborate with, you can achieve your goals more efficiently and effectively. It’s a shift from the mindset of “how can I do this” to “who can help me do this.”
- Empower Your Team: When you trust your team and provide them with opportunities to excel, you not only reduce your own workload but also foster personal and professional growth within your organization.
- Embrace Change and Growth: Personal and organizational growth often requires letting go of the need to control every aspect and embracing change. It’s about evolving from a mindset of scarcity to one of abundance, recognizing that by seeking the right collaborators, you can achieve more than you ever imagined.
Resources Mentioned in this Episode
This episode was recorded on the Amusement 360 stage, The Amusement Education Event for Startups and Operators.
The concept of “Who Not How” is popularized by the book “Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork” by Dan Sullivan and Benjamin Hardy. This book explores the idea that instead of focusing solely on “how” to accomplish a goal, you should consider “who” can help you achieve it more efficiently and effectively. It’s a powerful concept for personal and professional growth.
Towards the end of the episode, Danny mentions this book that offers insights into Matthew McConaughey‘s life experiences and personal philosophy. It includes the concept of “The Art of Running Downhill,” as a valuable perspective on enjoying moments of smooth progress rather than seeking unnecessary challenges.
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