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Seize the Moment Podcast

Nov 14, 2021

On episode 109, we welcome back Dr. David Brendel to discuss his new book ‘Think, Talk, Create’; active inquiry deficit disorder and its effects on the health of relationships; how open-ended questions can help save the lives of psychiatric patients; active inquiry as a compassionate way to change harmful behaviors; how red tape and administrative work make it difficult for mental health clinicians to treat their patients; the financial downside of the quantitative mindset and why companies that solely focus on profit tend to lose customers in the long-term; behavioral economics and why most of us make emotional financial decisions; the importance of creating bonds between customers and business owners; and why moving the New York Islanders to Brooklyn was a bad business decision.

Dr. David Brendel (MD PhD) co-founded Strategy of Mind as a psychiatrist, certified executive coach, leadership specialist, and philosophical counselor based in Boston. He has vast experience as an executive coach and leadership trainer across a wide diversity of corporate settings. He is an expert in applying cognitive psychology and leadership techniques in executive coaching and corporate training programs.David writes about his approach in frequent articles for the Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post, and other publications. His newest book, coauthored with Ryan Stelzer, is called Think Talk Create: Building Workplaces Fit For Humans.

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