When it comes to relationships, there’s a difference between nosey people and those who are genuinely curious about others. Avoid the former and learn how to become the latter. It’s what today’s episode is all about.
Deeper relationships develop when we initiate with others. It can lead to great conversations that look like dancing the waltz on a ballroom floor. The other person leads and you follow. Then you lead and they follow. It’s a thing of beauty. In both cases our lives are
You’ve heard this before, everyone has a story. When we take the time to initiate with people to hear their story it enriches our lives. And theirs, too. Today’s episode is an example of initiating with someone and the benefits in doing so. Listen in.
Hello everyone and welcome to today’s episode, where we pick up where we left off in episode 89, How to Be a Better Observer of People. It aired on January 27th, 2021. To start, I’m going to share a response I received about that episode. It’s from a
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 89, where today we talk about how to be a better observer of people. In last week’s episode, Get Them to Say “Thank You for Asking” I talked about the ORA principle of deepening our relationships with people – Observing – Remembering
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 88. Today we examine in-depth that odd expression of …. “Thank you for asking.” In last week’s episode I talked about making a New Year’s resolution of interacting with people in such a way that they will send you a “thank you”