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Dec 14, 2017

In this episode, I get to sit down with Dr. Mary Lamia (Ph.D.), author of What Motivates Getting Things Done: Procrastination, Emotions and Success. Are you task-driven or deadline-driven? Understanding your motivational style, and that of your team, can help you reduces anxieties and maximize success!

 

Key Takeaways:

[:32] Jennifer introduces her guest for this episode —
Dr. Mary Lamia.

[1:38] What are some of the things that are inhibiting mortgage lenders?

[7:03] Missing deadlines is not a result of procrastination — it is a sign of some other underlying issues or problems.

[9:14] Is it possible for people to change their motivational styles from deadline-driven to task-driven or vice-versa? Mary highlights some of the key differences between the different motivational styles.

[16:03] How can people with opposing motivational styles manage their differences in working styles, both in personal and professional relationships?

[20:53] In a situation where a deadline-driven person is the leader of a team, what are some things he or she can do to motivate his or her team, and reduce some of their anxieties?

[22:51] The avoidance of negative emotions can lead individuals to engage in highly stimulating activities.

[24:02] What are some things a deadline-driven leader needs to be aware of when working with a team of task-driven people? Mary shares some of the strategies of effective deadline-driven leaders.

[28:47] One of the problems of highly successful people who manage a lot of others is that they tend to be perfectionists.

[31:09] Shame and anxiety are powerful motivators of highly successful people. Are there people who are not affected by it?

[33:34] How can a task-oriented manager work better with their deadline-driven team? Mary shares some strategies.

[36:05] Having a daily tracking system can help people with both of these motivational styles. Jennifer shares her experiences with the effectiveness of the tracking systems in her team.

[39:35] Mary leaves us with some final words of wisdom: It is very important to understand who you are and who the people you work with are.

[40:25] Get in touch with Mary via her website to get more information on this topic!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Kinetic Spark Consulting

Mortgage Lending Mastery on iTunes

Jennifer Du Plessis on YouTube

Jennifer Du Plessis on Zillow

Mary Lamia

What Motivates Getting Things Done: Procrastination, Emotions and Success, by Dr. Mary Lamia.

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