November 18, 2016 is Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. I thought we could celebrate that by hearing from two women who are not only great friends of mine as well as very successful entrepreneurs, but have also dedicated themselves to empowering women all over the world. First, we’ll speak with Ingrid Vanderveldt of EBW2020 and then, after a quick break, Jennifer Iannolo of the Concordia Project. You’ll want to hear from — and then most likely connect with — both of them. They are both amazing!
We know that, even situationally, people will often live up — or down — to our expectations of them. But why? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And later in our interview segment, long-time leader and personal development authority, Steve Keating, shares with us the benefit and how-to of leading with high expectations.
I often define selling as simply discovering what the OTHER person wants, needs, or desires, and helping them to get it. While this is certainly true as far as selling a product or service, it covers SO much more. We’ll take a VERY special look at that in our first segment. And later, Anthony Iannarino will move from Alice Cooper fan to sharing with us wisdom from his fantastic new book titled, The Only Sales Guide You’ll Ever Need.
As human beings, our emotions drive our decisions all too often. The question is, can we logically do anything about it? In our interview segment, we learn from Steve Gutzler, an expert on Emotional Intelligence as it pertains to Leadership. We’ll discuss why those two concepts–emotional intelligence and Leadership–are absolutely intertwined.