Start with HOW – The Dividing Factor Infographic

Start with HOW – The Dividing Factor Infographic

You may have Heard about Start with Why. While the notion is very sound, the Leadership and culture Issues that arise when different approaches to achieving the What and the Why appear, often prevents the ultimate objectives. This becomes the Dividing Factor that affects the outcome. BUT, if you try and force people to use only one approach, you will KILL innovation and the passion that comes with it! So their must be multiple HOW’s to achieve greater results. And when we incorporate or even tolerate different HOW’s, we build trust, synergy and engagement. The problem usually arises when YOUR HOW has been very successful for you and then Assume that the same HOW will be successful for others

When part of the objective is to improve Engagement, Efficiency and Motivation to improve the bottom line, the “Why” and an understanding of the individual “HOW” cannot be separated. While more profit is essential to sustainable business, focusing only on profit is not always the most effective way to achieve it. Here is an Infographic that will provide insights to understanding your How to live up to your Why in the process of achieving your What.

 

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266 thoughts on “Start with HOW – The Dividing Factor Infographic

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  3. Demetrius Liranzo

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  105. Fantastic read, a real simple concept that really goes a long way – Start with How. Finding your purpose at any level, whether it be individually or in business, shines through beyond the numbers and helps you find real meaning in everything that you do. Thanks, Arthur Carmazzi!

  106. Great insights for business builders and marketers. Brief and a bit shallow in some places and refers to some overused examples but from my own first-hand experiences, the concepts are powerful in practice. Thanks, Arthur Carmazzi!

  107. This Arthur Carmazzi’s word reminds me of this quote: Leadership requires two things: a vision of the world that does not exist and the ability to communicate it.

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  110. I don’t usually write reviews, and I’m not going to change that by writing a really long one.

    So, all I’m going to say about this article is this: If you are interested in why people are illogically passionate about some things but not others, follow Arthur Carmazzi

  111. I have read this article twice and loved it both times. It really inspires you to think about your purpose of doing things not just in business but in life. Thanks, Arthur Carmazzi!

  112. Arthur Carmazzi is able to distinguish between manipulation and inspiration. He explains how’s the fist creates all but long-term effects. Organizations, institutions, and companies should use these tools, concentrating on the WHAT and WHY, and forgetting to highlight the HOW.

  113. Arthur Carmazzi doesn’t just focus on the customer but explains the importance of the employee. There are no happy customers without happy employees. Just like customers, who end up buying what they believe to feel achieved, employees have to feel like they belong and share the beliefs of the company to feel like they belong and a are part of something bigger than them. This just clearly explain how leadership training works.

  114. The hiring process is not mechanical. Credentials are important when hiring, but what about motivation and inspiration. A person has to WANT to be part of something and help that something in the process of getting bigger. The WHY of the employees has to fit with the HOW of the company. This will help both sticks together in tougher times and share the glory of happier ones. This I think is what Arthur Carmazzi is implying.

  115. I highly recommend this article and Arthur Carmazzi as well for anyone to read especially to work on their leadership skills. The basic concept of the article that goes throughout the whole topic is to START WITH HOW.

  116. Arthur Carmazzi’s offers a life-altering and business-changing message: “Start with HOW”. Really essential for leadership development training.

  117. “Leadership requires two things: a vision of the world that does not exist and the ability to communicate it.” just awesome Arthur Carmazzi

  118. Fantastic read, a real simple concept that really goes a long way – Start with how. Finding your purpose at any level, whether it be individually or in business, shines through beyond the numbers and helps you find real meaning in everything that you do. Thank you Arthur Carmazzi.

  119. Thanks, Arthur Carmazzi. Finally, I learned, before start doing anything, just to think HOW to do that, then WHAT and then WHY.!!!

  120. I think Arthur Carmazzi articulates well what people think, but struggle to get down in words. I liked some of the stories that were told about different businesses and how they evolved around their ‘why’. It made me think more about my personal ‘HOW’.

  121. After having lost my enthusiasm, getting a picture of the HOW to do what I do was exactly what I needed to move ahead. Awesome guy Arthur Carmazzi.

  122. It presents innovative ideas that inspired me to think deeply about why I’m doing and how. Thanks Arthur Carmazzi.

  123. I remember a quote in this article. “There are only two ways to influence human behavior: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it.” awesome always, Arthur Carmazzi,

  124. Great companies don’t hire skilled people and motivate them, they hire already motivated people and inspire them. Just like how Arthur Carmazzi normally explain it in every possible way.

  125. Thanks, Arthur Carmazzi. That message is extraordinarily important. It’s something I keep in mind every single day as I build my company, as I work on talks, when I write blog posts, and so on.

  126. How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, Arthur Carmazzi presents the idea that great leaders inspire others by putting the HOW.


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