Not many people enjoy hearing the word “no,” but those who can work past it–and correctly reframe it–create the context for the “yesses” that truly count. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. Later in our interview segment, we’ll chat with Andrea Waltz, who does a magnificent job helping people to reframe those “no’s.” In fact, she’ll even show us how to GO for no. That and more on today’s show.
People skills are so often the differentiator between the talented person who is reasonably successful, and the incredibly successful person who creates buy-in and commitment from everyone around them. Fortunately, these people skills can be learned, although they must ultimately come from the heart. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. Then in our interview segment, we’ll be joined by star entrepreneur and bestselling author Dave Kerpen, whose newest book just happens to be titled The Art of People.
Every day we’re surrounded by smartphones, social media, and many other types of technology. We have access to a greater quantity of communication than ever before. But what about the quality of communication? Does technology help or hurt us in this regard? Or is there a third option? We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. In our interview segment, we’ll be joined by Terry Brock, a technology wizard who will help us see that it’s not about the technology, but about the relationship.
Entrepreneurship is the engine that drives all prosperity in any market-based economy. Children, as the saying goes, are indeed our future. When you put the two of them together–children and entrepreneurship–you have a powerful combination. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later in our interview segment, we’ll hear from a very successful entrepreneur who was very young when she started, and still is! She is already an author and podcast host aside from her … regular job.