I’ve included an example of using the Six Sources of Influence to lose weight at the end of this post to help show the model in action.Keep in mind I’m still learning and testing the model, and the best thing is always test things for yourself.I first learned about the Six Sources of Influence from my Influencer Training.The Influencer Training is based on the book, Influencer: The Power to Change Anything, by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron Mc Millan, and Al Switzler.You can just use me as a springboard 🙂 Here is a tickler list for thinking about the six sources of influence: You can find out more on the strategies from my earlier notes on Influencer Training Day 2.Before you make an action plan, you can analyze the Six Sources of Influence.The collection also shows the TDA's regulatory responsibilities for the safety of Texas farm workers, crops, produce, poultry, dairy and livestock for sale and export, monitoring destructive pests and pesticide use, promoting sustainable agriculture, and managing agricultural exchange programs.
One of the main things I like about the model is that it’s easy to remember and it’s easy to whiteboard.
Walking the frame will help you quickly see where you can get your best leverage or where you might be stuck the most.
The more you leverage multiple sources the more you set yourself up for success.
The determination of magnitude–frequency (M–F) relationships is necessary for landslide hazard assessment.
Ideally, this is achieved by using inventories of past landslide events recorded by technical units or aerial photo interpretation.