Networking Rx: Attuning Others To Your Needs (EPS 240)

Attuning Others to your Needs

Frank Agin, author and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections, shares a quote from the book Be Connected by @TerryBean and reflects on how helping others sets their subconscious mind searching to help you in return.

https://networkingrx.libsyn.com/attuning-others-to-your-needs-eps-240

For more information on AmSpirit Business Connections and its franchise opportunity program, contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.

Networking Rx: Terry Bean & The Relationship Pillar (EPS 231)

The Relationship Pillar

Frank Agin, author and founder of AmSpirit Business Connections, talks with Terry Bean (@terrybean) about the fifth pillar of a life well-lived: Relationships. For more on Terry’s work visit http://trybean.com/

https://networkingrx.libsyn.com/terry-bean-the-relationship-pillar-eps-231

For more information on AmSpirit Business Connections and its franchise opportunity program, contact Frank Agin at frankagin@amspirit.com or visit http://www.amspirit.com/franchise.php.

303) Good Things In Bad

Good Things In Bad

You know it. There are times in life when experiences are good and other times when they’re bad. According to Be Connected author, Terry Bean, even when an experience is less than ideal, you need to learn to find the good in the bad experience.

To illustrate his point, Bean draws on the game of golf, saying: “There are 87 different ways to mess up a shot. If you look at your ball after you hit, you always find one good thing. Maybe it went 250 yards (and only 100 of them were the wrong way). Maybe it went straight as an arrow (even though it didn’t go very far). Focus on that and forget the rest. Why? Because negative energy doesn’t serve you well.”

Bean is right. Negative energy doesn’t fix anything. Rather, it generally serves to make things worse. So, with any less-than-ideal experience, find the good things in the bad and move forward to another shot.


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