In this episode, I have a fascinating conversation with Sean Carter, the President, and CEO of NEACH. Not only do we talk about his story and business, but we talk about what it actually means to be a CEO. Unfortunately, Hollywood, our culture, and even business schools...
Questions can change our lives. Robert Berry has seen that play out time and time again. Not only in his life but in the lives of his clients.
I was particularly interested in this episode since I am intrigued with questions too. Deep questions? ...
I was going to say that LinkedIn changed my life, but that's not true. LinkedIn is just a platform. People changed my life. Sharing great content and connecting with the right people was just accelerated by LinkedIn. The results have been mind-boggling.
Since many people are starting to think about goals, I sat down with Bill McDevitt (small business coach, advisor & founder at Top of the World Coaching) to talk about how business leaders can set goals heading into the New Year.
Bill is an incredible business coach, and you can find...
In this episode, Joe D'Antonio and I talk about his creative process when it comes to writing his books. You can check out the episode HERE.
In this first episode, Dan Koval and I talk about having a giver mentality and using stories to inspire others to action.
Check out the episode here | https://storieswithtraction.buzzsprout.com/1781130/8894217-time-talent-and-treasure
I remember standing in line with my dad at the grocery store (in high school).
He leaned over, pointed to the magazine rack, and said, "wanna know why muscle mags like that are still in business? Even though working out can be boring, the magazines always make it interesting."
He was right.
“I'm a numbers person, so I don't tell stories.”
If you were actually a numbers person like you claim, you'd obsess over how to tell better stories knowing by doing so it would boost your numbers.
Powerful stories boost your numbers in:
You’ve heard of the Nobel Peace Prize, but have you heard the story about how it originated?
One day, as Alfred Nobel was reading the newspaper he was shocked to find his own obituary.
It was a mistake, of course, but it was a surreal experience.
So what did it say?!
Curiosity killed the cat, but not the conversation! Want to be a master conversationalist?
Go into every conversation with a ton of curiosity.
Direct all of your thoughts away from yourself and on to the other person.
Decide right off the bat that you’re going to learn as much from the...
When disagreeing with someone's opinion, I have found that the “𝐟𝐞𝐞𝐥, 𝐟𝐞𝐥𝐭, 𝐟𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 formula” is powerful.
For example, when someone says something that I disagree with, like, “stop signs should be blue instead of red,” I use the “𝐟𝐞𝐞𝐥, 𝐟𝐞𝐥𝐭, 𝐟𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 formula.”