084: How Deep Listening Can Change Your Life

084: How Deep Listening Can Change Your Life

 

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Think you’re already a skilled listener? Think again. My guest Theresa Campbell shares insights that will help you listen more closely to yourself as well as to others. Theresa is the founder and CEO of Her Life, Her Legacy, a leadership development organization dedicated to the power of deep listening. As a leadership coach, author, and life-long learner, she helps you find and listen to what matters most. You’ll want to take notes to get the most value from this episode…and then apply these ideas to all aspects of your life. The question she poses to her clients towards the end can help you gain clarity about your desired future.

You’ll discover:

  • How deep listening differs from “regular” listening
  • The three voices you can listen to…and the potential impact when you do
  • Why slowing down and listening is an act of self-love
  • The difference between a GOAL line and a SOUL line
  • A key question Theresa asks her clients that you can use, too

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083: How to Break Bread Virtually

083: How to Break Bread Virtually

 

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If you relied on in-person meetings before the pandemic, you’ll love this interview with Gautam Ganglani. Gautam explains how he was able to strengthen relationships with 200 people VIRTUALLY during the past 7 months. He also shared lots of gold nuggets, including how he’s used of LinkedIn to become known to prospective clients before asking them to have a conversation. Gautam is Managing Director of Right Selection, a “Speaker Management Agency” in the Gulf area of the Middle East & India. He’s been an entrepreneur for more than 20 years as part of a father and son team. They represent and work very closely with world renowned authors and global thought leaders like Marshall Goldsmith, Ron Kaufman & Brian Tracy. You’ll want to take notes as he shares tips and stories from his new book, Breaking Bread: Building Meaningful Relationships for Long-lasting Success.

You’ll discover:

  • How “breaking bread” differs from networking
  • Three principles Gautam’s father shared with him in high school that serve as the basis for everything he’s done since then
  • Why sharing coffee or a meal with someone is so powerful
  • What you can do to get the attention of your ideal clients on social media
  • How to use affirmations to create a new reality for yourself

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078:  How Giftology Can Transform Your Business and Relationships

078: How Giftology Can Transform Your Business and Relationships

 

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Ever wonder what kind of gifts would be most memorable and appreciated? My guest John Ruhlin reveals the Who, What, When, Where and How of gift-giving, based on his bestselling book, Giftology. John is the world’s leading authority in maximizing customer loyalty through radical generosity. He’s developed a system of using generosity to gain access to elite clients and generate thousands of referrals. This is a must-listen episode if you want to know how to select the right gifts and start getting referrals without asking!

You’ll discover:

  • Why “radical generosity” leaves a lasting impression
  • Two types of gifts you should never give
  • Who you need to consider (besides your point-of-contact) when you send a gift
  • Tips for getting referrals without asking

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076: Create a Powerful Personal Brand for Your Business

076: Create a Powerful Personal Brand for Your Business

 

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Are you clear about the message that your personal brand communicates to potential clients? My guest Ben Baker has literally written the book on this, and he shares valuable insights that will help you clarify your message. We also discuss actions to take when dealing with a crisis like the pandemic. Ben is the president of Your Brand Marketing, an Employee Engagement Consulting firm.  For nearly 25 years, he’s been helping companies, and the people within them understand and communicate their unique value to others. He’s also the author of two books, Powerful Personal Brands: and his latest one, Leading Beyond a Crisis. His latest project is Podcast Host for Hire, providing a done-for-you service for companies that want to have a podcast.

You’ll discover:

  • What “personal brand” is and why that’s important for your business
  • How to create an unforgettable experience before and after your clients buy
  • What a company needs to create beyond a mission, vision and values statement
  • How to create a compelling story to make your brand memorable
  • Why it’s important to reach out to current clients during a crisis

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075: Understand Personality to Connect with Others

075: Understand Personality to Connect with Others

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Do you ever have conflicts with people who don’t think or act like you? This episode is for you. My guest Merrick Rosenberg has studied personality differences for the past 25 years and knows a thing or two about this topic! Merrick created a unique model for teaching the DiSC behavior styles that’s easy to remember and apply. We had a great conversation about recognizing another person’s personality preferences and adapting your approach to reduce conflict and enhance communication.

You’ll discover:

  • Why Merrick replaced DiSC with the names of four birds
  • The difference between “behavior style” and “personality.”
  • How to recognize a person’s personality even if you just met them
  • Ways to adapt your approach or presentation to address all four styles

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