Are you a leader? From Lolly Daskal’s point of view, everybody is. As she says: “We are here to be our most valuable.” Do you agree? It seems that it is our own responsibility to dig in, discover and express our own leadership qualities. This week’s interview is very deep. It will make you feel good, comfortable at time and uncomfortable at others, because it might point out on something that you are struggling with inside of you. But it definitely gives answers. Lolly explains what.
Tell me. When was the last time that you received a personal letter ? When was the last time that you received something via mail, other than your bills, bank statements, assurances or your neighbour’s realtor’s flyer ? … That’s what I thought. You don’t remember. Because it’s been too long. Just by reading these lines, you should know where I am going. Yes, you can use direct mail to market your business, but also to deepen your authority, credibility and trust towards your audience. And one powerful way to do.
Do you know how to approach people? The first time that you see someone, do you usually know exactly what to say, how to make that person pay attention or remember you? Do you know clearly what feeling you are trying to evoke with that person? The better you are at that, the more people connect with you and stay in touch with you. See, the majority of people are careless when getting in touch with people. They forget that it’s all about the first impression, and then,.
Are you good at accomplishing your goals? Do you nail them all the time, or you still struggle with them? Happy dance! This week’s interview will definitely help you! My guest is Michael Lennington, co-author of The 12 Week Year. Listening to that interview will totally help you implement and execute. He and his co-author, Brian P. Moran figured out a way to help you overcome the yearly-analyzed thinking and invite you to make a thinking shift. Michael advises to forget the annual goal entirely. And.
As an entrepreneur, I am sure that you’ve done that mistake. I think that it’s part of the entrepreneur DNA. You wanted to do everything instead of outsourcing. You felt that you could change the world (by yourself)… You hustled. Maybe you still do. Then, you absolutely need to listen to this interview with Lisa Cummings. She shares that actually, in many situations, when you decide to just work harder… It gets you to a burnout. And one way to get to where you want.