EP047: 8 Ways To Communicate Better And Supercharge Your Business, Relationships and Life
No matter what you do for work, there’s a good chance you have to communicate with people… at some point, or another. How well you do that determines not only your success at what you do, but also the quality of your relationships and connections outside of your workplace.
Having a framework for how you can improve the way you communicate with people might be the game changer that you need to make substantial improvements in your life. In this episode, I give you that blueprint, and discuss seven rules that will help you improve your conversation and listening skills.
I think you will be surprised by amazing conversation can be when you have these skills.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:
- 7 rules that will help you improve your conversation and listening skills
- Why we’re not listening to each other and why it’s creating a divide in how we behave (I’ll teach you how to fix this so that you can become more connected to people)
- Why conversational competence is the missing link and single most overlooked skill in the 21st century
- The myths and truths about what makes conversation great
- The 4 stages that most people go through to improve their communication skills, and how to apply them to your life
- The reason why quality human relationships are so important to us and why life sucks when you don’t have great relationships (and how to fix it)
- The #1 rule for having a great conversation and connecting with people
- Why going into every conversation wanting to find out something awesome about the other person will in fact help you find out something awesome about the other person
- The power of “I don’t know” and why you should be using it more
- Why building rapport is important but discover why you shouldn’t equate your experiences with others (it’s not about YOU)
- Why conversations are not a promotional opportunity!
- THE most important skill you can develop and the reason why I like to talk more than listen
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