Everyone Communicates – Few Connect
What the Most Effective People Do Differently
According to experts, we are bombarded with thirty-five thousand messages a day. How do you make sense of all that? Our world is cluttered with words. The Guys launch into a great discussion on John C. Maxwell’s book, Everyone Communicates Few Connect. Mr. Maxwell is world reknown for his leadership work.
How do we choose which messages to tune in and which ones to tune out? Connecting is the key. Connecting is the ability to identify with people and relate to them in a way that increases your influence around them. Connecting is crucial for leaders. Serving customers is about connecting.
Of course, connecting isn’t just for leaders or serving customers. It’s for anyone who desires to be more effective at what he or she does. It’s also about being able to enjoy better relationships. What are the keys? Ray and Zen share those keys in their discussion about the book. You’ve got to listen in to get all the tasty tidbits they provide.
The bottom line is that connecting is everything when it comes to communication.
When your phone drops a call, what is your reaction? How does it make you feel? Annoyed? Frustrated? Angry?
Have you ever thought about why you react the way you do when you get disconnected?
You know when you don’t have a good connection on the phone, but how about when you’re communicating with people in person? Do you know when a connection has been made? Can you tell when the connection is starting to go bad? Can you identify when the “call” has been dropped?
Tune in to the show and get the critical information you need to know.
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