When you understand what Brand YOU is, you can monitor and adjust it, developing more integrity and improving your reputation, using it to leverage your career or business.
Building rapport and creating a basis of trust and connection takes more than just matching and mirroring body language. In this podcast, you’ll learn several alternative ways you can create a deep empathy with someone. Some might surprise you.
Get yourself a coach! In the world of sport — where coaching originated — everyone has a coach. It’s inconceivable that an athlete could win a gold medal without being coached. Think about the New Zealand All Blacks. World champions twice in succession. Where would they be without a coach?
The concept of a personality clash implies that two people simply don’t get along. However, it’s often more likely that the clash is caused by just one person — who also has the power to resolve it.
Engaging people with stories is a phenomenal way to impart information and learning, without telling people how they should think or what they should do. But HOW you tell the story is equally important.
If you’ve failed to achieve a goal you may have been sabotaging yourself. Or perhaps you got the goal, only to discover the negative impacts of reaching it. Answering these 9 questions will help you prevent that self-sabotage in the future.
Challenging goals demand not only that you change your habits and behaviours, but also your values, beliefs, even your very identity. Without doing so, you risk failure — or success, followed by a relapse into your old identity and ways of being.
It doesn’t matter how big or small your brain is — you’re still susceptible to anchoring. While we use anchoring to train our pets, we are as easily manipulated as any other animal — sometimes more so!
As humans, we long for a connection that develops from deep rapport, but may not be sure how to achieve it. Learn how to create that feeling of being in sync with another.
It can be challenging to resolve a problem. So, who would have thought that changing a noun back into a verb would make the job easier? This isn’t a post for grammar geeks — but if you are one, you’ll no doubt find it fun.