Andy Fry, Cat Lam

81 l A Fish That Can't Climb A Tree

81 l A Fish That Can't Climb A Tree

Signup for the chance of a free copy of The Consultant's Code. A new winner chosen weekly by Rafflecopter until May 1, 2020. Enter at In this episode, Cat and Andy discuss insights taken from the analogy of a fish that can’t climb a tree. It is truly difficult when we are forced to do something that we are not capable of or were not trained to do so. They also talk about the importance of being able to rise above the problem and be part of the solution.   Go ahead and listen to this episode now and gain more useful perspectives that will greatly hone your skills and character.   Quotes:   “The Secret To Performance Is To See A Person For What They Can Bring Into The Table.”   “In Order To Solve A Problem, It Can’t Be At The Same Consciousness Level As The Problem.”   Show Notes:   (00:00) Podcast Intro (00:49) Wanting Things To Be Different Than What They Are (03:44) We Are Living Inter-dependently With Each Other (05:55) Talking About Expectations (07:38) Great Companies Take Time To Hire The Right Person (10:50) Poor Coaching (13:11) An Activity For Performance Review (16:22) The Waterfall Methodology Vs. The Agile Methodology And Retrospective (22:52) Rising Above The Problem (23:36) Catching People Doing Things Correctly And Telling Them (25:25) Being Retrospective And Realistic  (26:56) Picking The Right Indicators (28:28) Being Aware That We’re Human Beings (29:15) Andy’s New Book The Consultant’s Code Has Recently Has Made It To #1 As The International  Bestselling Book On Amazon (30:23) Check Out The Consultant’s Code Book At

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