Season 3 / Episode #32 : Dr. Kinga Mnich
Dr. Kinga Mnich is an international social-psychologist, educator and speaker specialist in emotions, positive psychology and gender. Her work solves myths of emotions by breaking down the complexity of the social & cultural concepts. Through her extraordinary research she brings new ways of understanding how we can use emotions to be who we want to be, create impact and flourish in life (and business).
Kinga started her first company at the age of 20 working from home and since then has never giving up her home office. No matter where in the world she is.
In her private practice she helps high-achievers & leaders reach their full potential by expanding their minds through the power of emotions.
Good Note: Being a social psychologist and leadership strategist, once COVID hit the world many companies started reaching out in regards to what they could do. She was successfully at helping companies shift their entire business from working in a store to working remotely.
Bad Note: At the beginning of lockdowns Kinga lost 70% of her contracts due to panic. It was the first time in her 17 years of remotely working where things dropped that much. Her over head was low and having savings helped in pushing forward.
Jam Room: Having a room for yourself will make the difference. Even if you don’t have a room, designate a corner or space. This area is for work and will help your brain distinguish what the task at hand is in that spot. You carry the work for your business at all times, use different areas to your advantage.
Band: 3 full-time employee and 2 consultants to help grow the business. Building relationships in real life and by having recommendations with LinkedIn profiles helped to find the right people. The people that will learn your work flow. With modern technology it makes it much simpler to hire locally and/or from around world.
Instruments: Simpler the better. Zoom calls to be able to engage 1 on 1 with a client or employee. Spreadsheets to navigate what needs to be done. Canva being easier to use than Photoshop.