How to run carpet work more quickly Lesson 1

Whenever I’m involved in leading a carpet on a weekend, my carpet is always done first.

Lately, people have been asking me why that is.

What am I’m doing that makes me able to go faster than everyone else?

It turns out there are SPECIFIC THINGS you can do to run carpet work faster.

Now, for the first time ever, I’m sharing exactly what I do run quick, consistent work in a new series of free videos.

In this first video I cover:

  • Why going faster is important.
  • Why more skill and experience might NOT help you go faster.
  • How “momentum” can work FOR you or AGAINST you on the carpet.
  • My NUMBER ONE piece of advice for going faster on the carpet.
  • The importance of agreement on your facilitation team to going faster.
  • Who you really “sell out” if you don’t run quick processes.
  • The ONE OUTCOME I’m holding in mind when I facilitate quickly.

…And a preview of the next video in this series.

I hope you enjoy this video. Please let me know what you think in the comments.

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  1. Dimitri,

    Thank you for sharing your carpet work experience.
    Your are focused, your explanations are clear.
    I appreciate this very much !
    In a few minutes I can comprehend and integrate the lesson. I’ll then have to put this into practice at the next NWTA.

    I can bring a man into his emotions rather quickly most of the time but once there it slows down. The man is then may be too much into his emotions and not prone to action. This is the area where I have to improve as a facilitator.

    Thanks again,

    JF (Jean-Fran├žois)

  2. Jim Smith says:

    Dimitri, thanks for this series. I’m going to send to our MKP-GCA chat list because I think this will be useful to all the men staffing our weekends. I was on a weekend recently with 39 men and 3 carpets, we finished that segment at 12:30 PM. A large part of the reason for that, IMJ, was the lack of an intention to do 20 minute processes. It was grueling.

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