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Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions. Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com

Morale Mindset David Huynh

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Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions. Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com

    How Speaking Confidently with Structured Ideas Drives Influence- Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.4)

    How Speaking Confidently with Structured Ideas Drives Influence- Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.4)

    In my previous company, I noticed how some individuals would show up to work and do a great job structuring ideas together, but would not speak up at meetings. Furthermore, they did not get the deserved recognition either in the form of more important projects or roles due to this reserved vocal demeanor. If such individuals want to become decision makers, they may progress at slower rates than more vocal individuals with similar or lesser abilities. In line with this, I also noticed how some incompetent individuals with a boisterous vocal demeanor would receive important projects or roles. However, in the long run, these individuals will struggle to succeed if they cannot structure their thoughts. 


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    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.


    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 10 min
    How Active Listening Drives Influence - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.3)

    How Active Listening Drives Influence - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.3)

    What does it really mean to listen to someone? Listening is just the action of processing sounds. But what most people probably mean is, do we understand the words coming out of their mouth. We listen actively by digging in to understand the speaker's intent and by validating whether we have a complete understanding of their message.

     Is this conversation going to take more time compared to you just saying your idea? Yes. It will take more time. But this invested time builds morale and influence with this individual. People will more keenly listen to us, when they know that we will deeply listen to them. 


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    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.


    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 10 min
    How Increasing Morale affects Negotiation - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.2)

    How Increasing Morale affects Negotiation - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.2)

    Most people think of negotiation as haggling for a lower price when buying an item, but it is so much more. Here are some examples of negotiation beyond fighting over price: When a parent needs to convince their child to come home before a certain time. When an employee needs to convince other colleagues to help push their initiative. When a team member needs to convince their boss to extend the deadline. In short, Negotiation is any discussion aimed at reaching an agreement. Alternatively phrased, Negotiation is speaking with someone else, at the end, we want to come to an agreement on something. 


    Today, we will focus on how morale can affect negotiation. In case we forgot, Morale is the Drive or the Spirit that people have to want to work with you. And Negotiation concludes with an agreement. So naturally, the higher someone else's morale towards us, the more likely we will be able to come to terms with a mutually beneficial agreement. 

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    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.


    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 8 min
    How to Increase Morale During a Pandemic - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.1)

    How to Increase Morale During a Pandemic - Season 2: How to Increase Morale (2.1)

    From the end of 2019 until now, there have been many changes, an increase in working from home, a reduction in labor for some industries, or even worse - a loss of some friends and family members. These changes can potentially lower morale in the individuals around us, either because of fewer quality interactions in person, potentially a loss job security, or other personal issues.

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    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.


    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 10 min
    The Three Building Blocks of Understanding Morale - Season 1 Finale: How to Gauge Morale (1.12)

    The Three Building Blocks of Understanding Morale - Season 1 Finale: How to Gauge Morale (1.12)

    Gauging morale is all built around understanding the degree to which other individuals support us. This is important because, if other individuals have strong morale towards us, they will HAPPILY work with us through challenges. 
    If we could all read each other's minds, we would be able to directly know everyone's morale towards us. We would explicitly, know whether someone supports us or not? And how much they support us? Unfortunately, most of us likely do not know what exactly other people are thinking at any given time. 
    Therefore, we will never directly KNOW everyone's morale towards us, [Tone shift] But by understanding relationships, problems, and goals of other individuals, we can GAUGE morale with relative accuracy. Today, we will discuss how these three factors can build off one another.
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    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.
    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 8 min
    Understand their Goals - Season 1: How to Gauge Morale? (1.11)

    Understand their Goals - Season 1: How to Gauge Morale? (1.11)

    By knowing their preferences, or goals if possible, we will be able to understand what drives this individual. Taking the time and effort to understand another individual's goals will increase their morale towards us. Helping the individual progress towards their goals will ultimately increase their morale towards us even further. For this episode, we will focus on asking the right questions to understand another individual's goals and preferences. 

     About
    Morale is the drive, the spirit that other individuals have to support our goals. With high morale, all objectives requiring multiple individuals will become streamlined. With low morale, these same objectives will continue to struggle obstacle after obstacle. Having a Morale Mindset means placing morale as a key factor in our decision making so that we can optimize for stronger results through improving individual performance. In the podcast, "Morale Mindset", we discuss ways to elevate morale in the people around us, through actual stories and tactical solutions.


    Hosted by David Huynh | Executive Coach | Writer | Stanford University B.S., M.S. | Twitter: @moralemindset | Instagram: @moralemindset | moralemindset.substack.com | medium.com/@moralemindset | david@moralemindset.com  | moralemindset.com 

    • 10 min

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