E215: Build an amazing and winning culture in your agency with Dino Watt
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Dino Watt is the Founder and CEO of Our Ripple Effect, Inc. and one of the most exciting business relationship trainers in the world. He is an award-winning mentor and author. He has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX News, and TEDx.
As a high-performance practice advisor, Dino has frequently been referred to as “The Tony Robbins of Private Practices”.
- The connection between good personal relationships and business success.
- On balancing the work/life combo. Compartmentalizing doesn’t really work!
- How to dig deeper to find what really matters.
- What three things to keep in mind when building an amazing culture.
- How to think about supporting your team.
- What three types of culture exist. Which one is your agency?
- How to know if you’re on track for the right culture, and the interesting two things that happen when you start improving.
- Best advice: No success outside of the home can compensate for failure within it.
- Habit that contributes to success: Asking a second opinion.
- Recommended tool: Elevate brain games app
- Recommended book: PreSuasion and Influence by Robert Cialdini
- Run time: 35:47
- DinoWatt.com – Keep an eye out for Selling Through the Screen – Dino’s new book coming soon!
- “The nucleus of any culture is relationships.”
- “First you have a relationship with yourself. Are you truly walking in integrity?”
- “We only have so much bandwidth in our brains.”
- “I’d send you a referral, but you’re a trainwreck on Facebook!”
- “Hey, this is really a personal problem.”
- “Nobody wants to follow someone who doesn’t know where they’re going.”
- You can’t really have a happy work life without a happy personal life.
- Communicate with your family – explain why you’re doing what you’re doing, get into timelines, and help bring them on board rather than expecting that they understand it all.