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Redirecting Energy with Christie Lindor

Episode Summary

Christie Lindor, an award-winning management consultant and the author of two books: The MECE Muse, and her latest book, Release. Christie teaches us exactly what management consulting is and answers the burning question, Should you go to school for it? We discuss vulnerability and authenticity, human connection, and how to find common ground in any situation. And of course, Christie shares her story of a chance encounter with lasting impact.

Episode Notes

Today's guest is Christie Lindor, an award-winning management consultant and the author of two books: The MECE Muse: 100+ Selected Practices, Unwritten Rules, and Habits of Great Consultants, and her latest book, Release: Use the Power of Forgiveness to Get Unstuck and Thrive in Your Career.

Christie and I met in 2018 when she sought out my services as a speaking coach for her first TEDx talk. I'm very selective about TEDx coaching, and only work with speakers whose message I believe in. Christie and I clicked immediately, and you'll hear why in this episode.

We learn from Christie what exactly management consulting is, and for those thinking about the field, she answers the burning question, Should you go to school for it? We discuss vulnerability and authenticity at length, a topic that is quickly become a core theme of this season, as you'll see in upcoming episodes.

Our conversation moves to human connection and how to find common ground in any situation. And of course, Christie shares her story of a chance encounter with lasting impact.

This episode is jam-packed with insight and actionable information, so grab a notepad, find a quiet space, carve out an hour, and enjoy.

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