Business: Engaged! – Using Meaningful Conversation to Get What You Want, Need, and Deserve
If you’ve ever wondered why people don’t do what you ask and other puzzling communication questions, this episode is for you. I pull the content for today’s episode on creating meaningful conversation from my book, Currency: Striking Networking Gold in a Relationship Economy.
We talk about the importance of getting face-to-face and engaging in two-way, one-on-one conversations with the people in our life. I throw down the 2-10 Challenge — engage in two 10-minute meaningful conversations each day to change your life. It’ll provide the fuel for your road to success.
Wondering what you’ll talk about during those conversations? Wonder no more. I give you five questions that can work in almost any conversation. And when you ask those questions, you’ll get valuable feedback. We discuss how to get the most out of it.
I’m running for city council in Rogers, Arkansas, where I live. Who knew that I would find my role as candidate to be such fertile ground for learning important business principles? There are so many key lessons as I travel this path for the next three months to Election Day. I just have to share the experience. So check in for my first campaign update and visit my campaign blog at www.carrie4rogers.com.
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