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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michelle Duval. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michelle Duval, often where they are interviewed.

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Michelle Duval – Fingerprint For Success

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Michelle helped found the field of professional coaching in Australia in 1997 and became a leading voice forging developmental and transformational coaching worldwide; working with leaders of billion dollar companies like Canva to Bathurst race car drivers, helping them discover their path forward. Now Michelle is the founder and CEO of Fingerprint For Success (F4S), a people analytics and coaching platform that assists startups, scale-ups and enterprise teams to map and develop innovative and entrepreneurial talent – based on 20 years of scientific study.

On this episode we discuss how Michelle has not only navigated her career as one of Australia’s pioneering and leading executive & entrepreneur coaches, but how she’s finding the transition away from running a service based company to a tech startup. We dive into themes that Michelle’s discovered about the worlds highest achievers, and dissect my results from the Fingerprint For Success report.

Key Takeaways 

    1. Strengths and Blindspots: Strengths and blindspots only exist in context. My personal conviction and internal reference, for instance, works well in some business settings like the early stages of a startup, but, in a large corporate setting they could be an issue, causing conflict with other positions of authority and teams. We all have have strengths, we all have blindspots – and they’re often one and the same. 
    2. The biggest difference between the highest achievers and everybody else, is an undistracted mind (focus). Over 20 years working as a coach, Michelle noticed significant and common differences between those who had billion dollar IPO’s, successful exits, top athletes and were elite’s in their respective fields, versus everyone else – and the biggest difference is the degree of undistracted focus to one audacious vision. The 1%, the highest achievers resolve their absolute focus and dedication to one thing.  They’re not scattered, they’re not trying to juggle several major things at once – there is no distraction, but absolute focus on their one desired outcome. There can other components that are running within that one thing, but they all aim at the one direction, towards their vision.
    3. You must sacrifice balance, for success. Balance for breakthrough success, is a myth. Seeking to keep all of your cups half-full, only makes you realise how all of your cups are still half empty; each cup is a distraction and consumes energy to maintain. To achieve a giant leap in your field, a breakthrough success, you must be ‘all-in’, and shift the scales to one side. One can integrate different components of their life into their vision, and that may increase as their journey continues, but initially – there must be sacrifice, and absolute undistracted commitment. This dedication may not be sustainable for the long-term, but is required for at least the short-term. 

Note: All three points are related. An undistracted mind must inherently sacrifice the things that could distract it from singular focus. Those who’re able to do this, with their eye on a grand vision, seem to be able to achieve breakthrough success. However, the rare ability to do this proves to be a blindspot in other contexts – it can effect relationships and health. Also, once the vision has been achieved, this ability may no longer be required ,but, is often still employed or focused on the wrong areas, sabotaging new beginnings and areas of life which now can be pursued. 

“Hard work isn’t just all the hours you put in. It’s all the things you’ve got to say no to”.

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Feb 03 2020 · 59mins
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How Artificial Intelligence is changing the traditional way of coaching with Michelle Duval

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Listen to our candid conversations with key influencers and thought leaders as we chat about the Future of Work and its unparalleled opportunities, significant challenges and how you can future-proof yourself and your organization.

https://www.werfuture.com/episode-7

#FutureofWork #WeRFuture #MichelleDuval #fingerprintforsuccess #f4s

Jul 02 2019 · 14mins

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TEI 229: Do you have the best entrepreneurial skills for product management – with Michelle Duval

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Understanding attitudes, motivations, and blind spots with your product teams. Would you be interested to know what start-up founders with successful exits of up to $1.2B have in common? I know I would, because start-up founders share similarities with product managers. Indeed, many founders also take on the responsibility of product manager for their business. […]
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Peter Diaz Interviews Michelle Duval on The Future of Work

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Peter Diaz from the Workplace Mental Health Institute interviews Michelle Duval on the future of work and her experience on SBS ‘The Employables’

The post Peter Diaz Interviews Michelle Duval on The Future of Work first appeared on Peter Diaz - Trusted Mental Wealth Authority, Fortune 500 Consultant, Serial Entrepreneur.

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Coaching Entrepreneurs with Michelle Duval

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Coaching entrepreneurs requires us to understand where they fall on the spectrum of chaos to structure. Artists, authors and poets might be toward one end, creative, risking taking visionary entrepreneurs might be in the middle and highly structured business builders at the other.

Coaching entrepreneurs requires an interested mind, willingness to coach the whole person (head, heart and body), explore the internal landscape, address over reliance on external and assist them to find their strengths and identify their key differences.

Coaching Entrepreneurs leads in many cases to becoming part of a relationship and watching people go on to their greatness, and this can be truly rewarding.

Episode 58 – Michelle Duval – Equilibrio

Title: “Coaching Entrepreneurs and Start ups”

Broadcast date: 25th September, 2015

SHOW NOTES

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  1. http://actualisedaily.com/
  2. http://www.equilibrio.com.au/
  3. http://exceleratecoachmentoring.com/
  4. “Maverick” – was written by Richardo Semler
  5. Find Michelle’s books on Amazon
  6. Investible www.investable.vc/ and Rocketeer https://www.facebook.com/Rocketeer.no/
  7. IWAM inventory of work and motivation http://iwaminstitute.com/
  8. Strengths Finder 2.0 https://www.gallupstrengthscenter.com/
  9. Brene Brown vulnerability http://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability

The post Coaching Entrepreneurs with Michelle Duval appeared first on Frazer Holmes Coaching.

Sep 25 2015 · 56mins