Tune in as Martin Greene simplifies how the M.I.N.D. Technique can help reduce conflicts for caregivers in episode 41 of Caregiver Cast!
In this episode of Caregiver Cast, join your host, Mary Elaine Petrucci, and Martin Greene, as they explain how you can crack someone’s code to foster fruitful connections and communications. With caregivers being normally exposed to stressful work and relationships, the M.I.N.D. serves as a tool of empowerment.
Martin talks about why a person’s code is considered their A.T.M. and why it’s important to understand peoples’ codes with verbal and nonverbal clues.
In this episode you will learn:
- How can caregivers use the M.I.N.D.?
- The two-minute quiz that can help crack someone’s code
- People process information differently from each other
- Opposites attract, but they also attack
- How Martin Greene usually works with his clients
About Martin Greene:
Martin enables and empowers the people he works with to be self-reliant, resourceful, and successful.
He does this through personalized training, group workshops, and resource-driven tools.
When he was an instrumental music teacher convincing 100 or so teenagers to do some classical music instead of rock songs, he thought sales and leadership were a breeze.
Then he sold pianos as a summer job and fell flat on his face. What Martin didn’t know is that he was asking the wrong questions. He invested a fortune learning how to sell better. Martin improved but not enough to build the lifestyle of his dreams. As a man approaching 68 years old, Martin needs solutions that work rather quickly.
Then he learned the right question and his “yes” responses went from 45% to 98%, so he did the obvious thing. Martin got certified as a trainer of this genius methodology.
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