Who is your "Who"???
After you hang up the phone with a friend, read an email from a colleague or text someone you’re meeting later...How do you usually feel?
How far out can you see in to your future? Every month that ticks by marks the passage of time, the one “non-renewable” resource that every entrepreneur wishes they had more of. Maybe it’s time to use your time better, and choose wisely with whom to spend it.
Are you “on purpose” with your focus on success.
A mentor of mine once told me, “The life you have, the friends you can count on, the books you read, and even the restaurants you eat in, will come down to the five people you spend time with this weekend. Choose them wisely, because their recommendations and ideas influence you more than you can imagine.”
There are THREE things to consider as you move in to the future you want to see:
1. First impressions matter.
More than “what you do,” people will walk away talking about “who you are.” The next time you work on how you introduce yourself, consider writing it from their perspective. Write out a few lines (no more than a paragraph) that you’d want someone to remember after their first conversation with you. Practice it five to 10 times, and then edit it for the next five to 10 people you meet.
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