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The Power of Intimacy

  1. 1. The Power of Intimacy Kel Hahn University of Kentucky
  2. 2. “I get no greater satisfaction in this job than promoting good people doing good research and good students becoming good engineers—and watching more recognition and opportunities come to them as a result. This requires me to be intimate with my work.”
  3. 3. Doing work that honors others produces a lasting ROI
  4. 4. “I get no greater satisfaction in this job than promoting good people doing good research and good students becoming good engineers—and watching more recognition and opportunities come to them as a result. This requires me to be intimate with my work.”
  5. 5. “Intimacy is at the heart of competence. It has to do with understanding, with believing, and with practice. It has to do with the relationship to one’s work,” – Max De Pree
  6. 6. Intimacy means personal involvement and ownership in your work.
  7. 7. #1: Intimacy involves understanding.
  8. 8. #2: Intimacy involves believing
  9. 9. “Kel - Thank you. I honestly got a little emotional just now after reading your story because it's just so wonderfully done and brings up so many fond memories for me…thank you for using [your writing skills] to tell a small story about my life. Please let me know if there is ever ANYTHING I can do for you because I would jump at the opportunity.”
  10. 10. #3: Intimacy involves practice
  11. 11. Index of the mind Our true stories have the best potential to change perception
  12. 12. Kel Hahn kellyhahn@uky.edu @bathtubhahn

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