Aug 3, 2016
For most people, stepping out of their comfort zone
requires more risk than they are willing to take. In Scott Kinder’s
book, The Hill, he points out that the first step in
overcoming fear is to identify it as fear, then accept it for what
it is and move past it. Scott is a natural born teacher who is
determined to assist civilians and businesses in forming
high-performance teams. He translates his skills, learned in the
U.S. Army Special Forces, to educate and empower business leaders
on how to effectively weaponize their communication skills.
[2:13] Scott’s book, The Hill, addresses the
methodology of identifying fear, accepting it for what it is and
[8:00] The See and Act model is all about selecting,
education and empowering your staff and then analyzing,
communicating and trusting in the results.
[12:16] People need to be willing to adopt the
mindset that they will be the force multiplier in their team.
[14:50] Business leaders learn to weaponize skills,
so they can utilize their non-verbal and kinesthetic communications
[24:16] Instilling the right lessons in his children
is a source of pride for Scott.
[26:09] What tools effectively measure leaders?
[30:36] Don’t quit.
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The Hill: Invictus Series Book One:
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