Free Information from The Chemistry Factor

Are you struggling to take your business and career to the next level of success? Do you find your work is hard, tiring, stressful, and your motivation is too often forced?

If so, I suggest you read this special report

The most important aspect associated with greater company success is the chemistry you have with the people at work. When you can authentically connect with you peers and staff, quickly and easily, your company’s success will skyrocket.

Discover how you can:

  • Quickly Overcome frustration and upset
  • Build bridges of connection with anyone while knocking down walls of disconnection
  • Lead with confidence and stop second guessing decisions
  • Look forward to Monday as much as you do Friday

It’s free – request your personal copy here.

Just fill out the form below.

As added bonuses you will also receive:

The Chemistry Factor Values List

Gandhi told us “Our values are our destiny.” Identify the values that motivate you to action. Knowing your values is the first step to your greater success. This list contains hundreds of values that will assist you in self-discovery.

Interviews – How to Interview for Chemistry

An interview on “Coach World TV”, an ICF affiliate, that will give insight on how to listen for chemistry during an interview. Listening for chemistry is the most important aspect in a successful hire. Most of us spend more waking hours with the people at work than with anyone else. We only have hours of face-to-face time to determine chemistry fit in an interview. You are best judge of compatibility, better than personality tests and the limits of gut feelings. Learn some of these tips found in this interview.

Values Match Email Newsletter

All of the above is free and as an added bonus you will receive a complimentary subscription to Values Match – a bi-monthly newsletter designed to give you examples of how to create powerful business relationships with anyone.

Contact Barney for more information

“Lacking the value of communication can open the door to poor business relationships. When a leader gives no feedback it’s easy for that silence to have a negative effect on the people they work with.

“We have been taught since grade school to expect insight as to our performance, without it, one can only guess how they are doing. This can lead to their guessing whether they should stay with the company as well, an important reason for a higher turnover rate. Spending time to constructively communicate your impressions of someone’s job performance, whether good, bad, or indifferent, will pay dividends for greater company success.”
– Barney Feinberg