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Instinctive Thought Leadership | Francis Cholle

Instinctive Thought Leadership | Francis Cholle

Using thought leadership to learn to relax and use your instincts more.

 An interview with Francis Cholle about bringing instincts into the workplace through gamification and mindfulness.

Today’s guest is Francis Cholle, Founder and CEO of The Human Company, which designs, teaches, and implements unique ways to innovate and outperform competitors and achieve accelerated growth. Additionally, he is the Founder and CEO of the SQUIRCLE Academy and author of SQUIRCLE which is teaching a revolutionary method to make better, deeper, and more important decisions.

Francis shares how he is helping clients bring their instincts into business. He teaches them to change the way they look at and solve problems. His unique system of gamification that mirrors business allows people to relax and stop overthinking. Thus, he is giving better access to the instinctual part of our brain.

Having started his career in his 20s within publishing, Francis shares his unique view of being an author having experience on both sides of the table.

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Three Key Takeaways from the Interview

  • Sometimes to solve unique problems your thought leadership will have to abandon the traditional and rely on your gut instincts.
  • The gamification of your thought leadership can be a new way for clients to relax and learn your content in memorable ways.
  • Thought Leadership needs to include concrete data but how you interpret it is what can make all the difference.

If you need a strategy to bring your thought leadership to market, Thought Leadership Leverage can assist you! Contact us for more information. We can help you implement book launches, marketing, research, sales and other aspects so you can devote yourself to what you do best.

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