Frank Ciecierski: Allow: Don’t Push.
Frank Ciecierski is president of Resource Action Concepts, Inc.http://www.rac-coaching.com and Crest Consulting, Coaching, and Training http://www.Crest-Consulting.com, the past president of NJPCA (New Jersey Professional Coaches Association), and a former adjunct Professor in the MBA Management Program at PACE University in New York City. Frank does a combination of coaching, training, consulting, and assessments.
Mr. Ciecierski also founded the Allied Business Consultants http://www.theabcgroup.com an alliance of business owners, consultants, and coaches with broad based business knowledge and experience who provide information, mentoring, referrals, and business resources to support each other’s professional and personal growth.
Mr. Ciecierski has served a client list as diverse as Polaroid Corporation, Weight Watchers, Kraft Foods, the International Group of Accounting Firms, retail firms, law firms, hospital and medical centers, real estate agencies, and Boards of Education. He has worked with clients in the healthcare, manufacturing, flexible packaging, disposable plastics, paper mill, and textile service industries, as well as lent his expertise to attorneys and other consultants.
Frank is also a frequent guest speaker and seminar presenter on such topics as: New Selling Techniques; Networking; Rapport Building; Hiring Techniques; Leadership and Emotional Intelligence; Supportive Communication; The Inevitability of Change; Coping with the New Breed of Worker; Managing the Generation Gaps; Using Personality Profiles in Interpersonal Skills Training and Coaching; and Team Building.
In this episode, Dean Newlund and Frank Ciecierski discuss:
- How an annual pig roast can help build company culture and cohesion.
- Why you should only work on one thing for 59 minutes at a time.
- Anchoring and the “Swish pattern” are powerful NLP techniques to help you regulate your emotions.
- There are different ways to tap into your intuition depending on if you are a visual, auditory or kinesthetic learner.
- Intuition comes from your subconscious mind, you need to listen to what it’s telling you, even if you don’t know why at the time.
- Intuition often comes when you’re not forcing something, you have to let it flow.
- Improving your Emotional Intelligence will also improve your intuition.
- Think of your emotions as an elephant and you are the rider, the elephant will run away if you let it so you have to learn to control it.
“I don’t think you can coach intuition. I think it’s something that you can help people get to, by suggesting some of the different things that I’ve talked about, like meditation, and have them come up with answers that way. And I also think that asking the right questions will get people to be more intuitive. ” — Frank Ciecierski
See Dean’s TedTalk “Why Business Needs Intuition” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEq9IYvgV7I
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