Thanh Pham is the founder of Asian Efficiency. He’s a productivity expert who has learned how to dig deep into himself and come out a better leader and friend. You are going to love how open he is about how he has learned to have difficult conversations so he can continue to grow.
Highlights from the interview:
How his busy parents raising style helped form his personality.The super smart system his parents used to help him get in his home when his parents were working.Why he is working on deepening his ability to feel empathy for others.Why he started working with a sports psychologist.He grew up in a household that didn’t talk about feelings and how he worked at becoming more comfortable with sharing his feelings.Communicating in a more meaningful way.Why difficult conversations spur growth.What he learned from a difficult conversation with a friend that helped him.The importance of having a coach/mentor/therapist to help you have an outside perspective, so you can process what is really going on in your life.Why great relationships are so important to living a healthy life.What is a fixed mindset?What is a growth mindset?Learn how you can cultivate a growth mindset to grow your career.Why he hires people with a growth mindset.How he cultivates having deep conversations with his employees that doesn’t talk just about work, but he wants to have personal conversations with them as well.The power of helping people feel heard so you can be a better leader.Favorite book.Favorite podcast.Favorite speaker.Thanh is a productivity master and he shares his number one productivity tip to our community.
You can learn about Thanh over at his website Asian Efficiency. You can sign-up for his newsletter where he shares productivity tips. He also has an amazing podcast called The Productivity Show.
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