Igniting Relationship Potential Via Podcasting (EPS 420)

Podcast fanatic, strategist, and producer Syya Yasotornrat shares on you can build relationships (as well as business) via the podcasting medium. To reach her or learn more go to: https://www.innovationmediaenterprises.com/

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Win Great Relationships Via Care, Value & Service (EPS 419)

Tallal Gondol, speaker and author of Turbocharged Networking, shares insights relative to building relationships via caring, adding value and being of service. Learn more at https://www.turbochargednetworking.com/

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Use Your EARS (EPS 418)

Host Frank Agin review an article on active listening that was given to him by author, speaker, and magician Brian Miller (bmillermagic). To learn more about Brian, go to https://brianmillerspeaks.com/about/.

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The Getting Is In The Giving (EPS 417)

Robert Butwin, serial entrepreneur, professional networker and lifelong connector, shares how he’s built a great life simply by adding value. Learn more with this short video: https://tinyurl.com/24p9wh5z

For more great insight on professional relationships and business networking visit https://www.amspirit.com/blog/ or contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com.

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Jill Lublin – Relationships!!! (EPS 416)

Best selling author Jill Lublin shares about the power of relationships. Sign up for her virtual publicity course here: https://publicitycrashcourse.com/ (use promo code “stayvisible’ for a discount). Get a free gift here: https://tinyurl.com/2c2dc3k5

For more great insight on professional relationships and business networking visit https://www.amspirit.com/blog/ or contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com.

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Subsequent Impressions (EPS 415)

While technically you only have one chance to make a first impression, host Frank Agin shares about the importance of subsequent impressions citing from social architect Terry Bean (@terrybean) and his book Be Connected.

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380) Focus Attention On Others

Focus Attention On Others

For just a moment, consider the very real possibility that a big reason you aren’t getting everything you want in life is because you’re too focused on getting everything you want in life. Think about it.

Anything and everything you want absolutely will require the assistance of others. For any of it, you’ll need connections. Others can generate those for you. You’ll need information and opportunities. The people around you can bring those forth too.

But to receive the assistance of others, you need to contribute to their worlds. And you can’t possibly do that if you’re too focused on getting everything you want.

So, to get all you want in life, stop. Take a step back. And focus your attention on others. Ask yourself what you can bring to their world. When you have answers, act upon them. You’ll find that in time you’ll get more of what you want when you help others get more of what they want.


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379) Valuable Rocks

Valuable Rocks

Gold miners don’t stuff their sacks with any old rock. No. They’re selective. They choose only those rocks that they perceive to have value.

To effectively “mine” a networking event, you should take a similar approach. It’s not a matter of amassing lots and lots of connections. Rather, focus on finding value. In the long run, a few quality connections will benefit you more than a pocket full of business cards.

Any gathering of people – a party, tradeshow, or business after-hours – can be a networking event. And any of these you can mine. Use these as opportunities to wisely expand the base of your connections with a few great people upon which you can build relationships.

Then, from these valuable rocks, you open yourself to being connected to other great contacts, invaluable information, and opportunities that can make your day, week or year.


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378) Tell Me More

Tell Me More.

No one likes conflict. It’s generally human nature to avoid it. But as much as you look to avoid it, at times it finds you, right?

Communication consultant, Kay Coughlin offers a way to de-escalate most any tense situation and it boils down to three simple syllables: Tell me more.

The owner of Facilitator on Fire, Coughlin shares that, “When someone corners you to talk about your job choices, or grills your girlfriend about her ex-husband’s Facebook profile, or tells you how disappointed they are with your cooking, you can always choose to reply, ‘Tell me more.’”

And she encourages you to say it as many times as you need to. It’s a diplomatic and friendly way to let someone talk out their issue. The beauty is, however, that you never have to pretend to agree or even offer your own opinion. Just let them tell you more.


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