Sam “Bares All,” Episode Two of Three

December 9, 2014

Sam and Josh are going to tell you about their typical day. You will absolutely identify with what they say, as you think of how you can apply the principles to your own business.  You’ll hear about moment-to-moment Systems Mindset tact…how they see things; how they “get it.” How they make decisions…how they see clearly that the world is a collection of processes just aching to be adjusted and made efficient…individual processes that, once seen, can be isolated, adjusted and tweaked to perfection. Learn how they communicate between each other and with everyone else. It will be about Implementation:  WHAT to do first, how to adopt the essential minute-by-minute mindset, how to get your people to climb on board…the works, everything necessary for you to change your life starting NOW! Sam will strip things down to the bare essentials.

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Sam “Bares All,” Episode One of Three

November 25, 2014

…it’s mandatory that we take the time to understand the machinery of our lives if we are to modify that machinery to produce the results we desire.” –Sam Carpenter, from the book Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less.


In this first session, Sam and Josh Fonger (Sam’s Work the System Consultants business partner), examine the essential “mind tweak” of seeing life as a collection of independent systems, as well as delve into the critical-to-understand explanation of why an individual’s success has the little to do with personal attributes such as IQ, education, personal charm, good looks or even the capacity to work long and hard. Instead, Sam points out that success is a direct result of the machinery of one’s life: How well it is directed as well as how carefully it is adjusted and maintained. Point-by-point, Sam and Josh cover the essential nine work the system fundamentals as well as twenty eight principles. Also, they describe EVM: an important new communication tool that has become indispensable to their everyday lives.


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