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For episodes 31 & 32, I had the privilege of interviewing Mark Eppler of Mark Eppler International.  Mark works as a speaker, seminar leader, and author.  He also provides leadership ministry for the Cincinnati City Gospel.  Mark's work focuses on leadership, change, management, customer service, or personal effectiveness.

Mark is the author of two books with a third one coming out soon.  His books are:

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Here are some highlights from his interview:

  • why his parents were his role models growing up in Kentucky
  • Abraham Lincoln was one of his early heroes
  • working professionally in electronic manufacturing and teaching at Indiana University
  • how writing his books enhanced his business
  • why the Wright Brothers book is for parents as well as business leaders
  • Mark's morning routine
  • how he transitioned into self-employment
  • three topics he is working with organizations are:  working in gray areas, communication, and adaptive thinking
  • the environment the Wright brothers grew up in
  • the family emphasis on learning, tinkering, and conflict resolution
  • Mark's Seven Principles that make up the Wright Brothers' problem-solving model
    1. Forging
    2. Tackle the Tyrant
    3. Fiddling
    4. Mind Warping
    5. Relentless Preparation
    6. Measure Twice
    7. Force Multiplications

Books mentioned by Mark during the interview:

To connect with Mark, visit his website at http://www.markeppler.com/markeppler2.com/home/ or email mark@markeppler.com

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Direct download: mark_eppler_interview.mp3
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