Here's How to Become a Great Communicator

Here's How to Become a Great Communicator
In this blog post, the writer reflects on their past listening habits and acknowledges their weaknesses in communication. They describe how they used to tune out during conversations, plan their responses in advance, and multitask while listening to presentations or lectures. However, they have since made a conscious effort to become a better listener and have recently become a HeartMath Certified Trainer, teaching the Coherent Communication Technique. The technique involves being in a heart-coherent state before communicating, listening for the essence of what is being said without judgment, and confirming mutual understanding through reflection. The writer credits these improvements in communication to the HeartMath technique and increased self-awareness.

The post concludes with the writer expressing gratitude for all the teachers who have influenced their life's journey and invites readers to share their own thoughts or seek further information on improving communication skills.
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From Settling to Soaring: The Art of Timely Responsibility

From Settling to Soaring: The Art of Timely Responsibility
In this blog post, the author reflects on the importance of taking responsibility in the moment rather than deferring it until later. They share their personal experience of tolerating a situation and hoping for a positive change, but ultimately realizing that delaying accountability had negative consequences for themselves and others. The author emphasizes the need to not settle, tolerate, or rely on hope for improvement, but instead to embrace responsibility and take action. They express gratitude to the teachers who have influenced their life and invite readers to engage in a meaningful conversation on the topic.
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Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect
This blog post shares the personal journey of a recovering perfectionist and the impact that perfectionism can have on one's personal and professional life. The author highlights how perfectionism can both support and hinder their work, and discusses a specific situation where their perfectionism got in the way of a presentation. Through self-reflection and support from friends, the author learns that their pursuit of perfection is more about looking good than actually being perfect. They discover the importance of listening and speaking from the heart, as well as embracing imperfections. The post also mentions a resilience course and the concept of Kintsugi, where broken pieces are repaired with precious metal, symbolizing the unique beauty in imperfection. The author concludes by expressing gratitude to their teachers who have shaped their journey.
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Are You in Business? Then You Are in The Business of Lead Generation.

Are You in Business? Then You Are in The Business of Lead Generation.
Generating seller leads requires meaningful conversations through direct voice calls or face-to-face meetings, as texts and social media seldom lead to successful seller appointments. There are two approaches to these conversations: when the seller initiates contact with you, or when you reach out to the seller. Lead generation can be challenging, often resulting in rejection and disconnections, but by shifting the focus from solely securing appointments to nurturing connections, you can create more successful relationships. People are averse to aggressive pursuit, so make conversations centered on the relationship itself and embrace the idea that a 'no' can simply mean 'not yet.'

The writer acknowledges the importance of teachers who have shaped their life and invites readers to share their thoughts to further enrich the approach to lead generation.
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The Secret to Achievement

The Secret to Achievement
In this insightful blog post, the author shares their observations from coaching both achievers and non-achievers. They highlight that achievers are able to quickly turn their visions into action, while non-achievers often struggle to take concrete steps due to obstacles and negative thought patterns. The key difference lies in mindset, with achievers being aware of their power to shape events and guard against negativity. However, the author emphasizes that non-achievers can evolve into achievers through recognizing and consciously altering their patterns and attitudes. The importance of mindset over skillset is also highlighted, comparing it to the game of golf. The post concludes with an invitation for those facing mediocrity or unhappiness to schedule a conversation about exploring possibilities and embarking on a transformative journey.
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