Identifying TOXIC “Organizational Learned Helplessness” – Ep 145

What is “learned helplessness?” Can an organization be infected with “learned helplessness?”

As the LEADERS of our organizations and visionary entrepreneurs, we need to guard against an infiltration of “learned helplessness.” The offending people might look like the foremost expert, they might look perfect on paper… Your “ace in the hole.” Often times, the more “perfect” someone might seem for your venture, the more they might have a preconceived notion about what is possible and what isn’t. 

Business is a careful line to walk, on one hand, you don’t want to waste your time doing something that is literally impossible… On the other hand, the best way to keep, whatever it is, impossible, is to hire people that believe it is. 

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Kyle Keegan is a 30-year-old serial entrepreneur from Houston, TX. He has been self-employed since age 19 and has made every sacrifice and hustle necessary to make it work. Currently the CEO of three companies. Kill Bigger Media, providing high quality and educational business resources to entrepreneurs. A VC funded government technology startup and finally an industrial supply company serving some of the world’s largest companies. He is passionate about philanthropy, freedom, capitalism, economics, personal finance, investing and real estate. He has a BA in Business from Baylor University.

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