Recently, I read Steven K. Scott’s book, “The Richest Man Who Ever Lived” and in it he mentioned Gary Smalley’s “Rules of Engagement“. It’s a list of the Don’ts and Dos of Conflict. This week, what NOT to do.
It’s an encouraging podcast this week, and it turns the tables from your questions, to one he has for you! This week, Terry shares experiences of his when he has been fired. He has some ideas of what TO do and some of what NOT to do.
John and Angel Ondo join us for a great discussion about how to handle customers and keep them focused, and Angel tells us about multitasking from a female perspective. John owns Ondo Media, Angel bakes at Angel’s Custom Cupcakes and Nay is Hospitality Queen and Chief Snaddict at Snacks with a Twist and you can find Angel and John’s have an entertaining and informative podcast: Marketing, Media and Cupcakes
Customer Experience Expert John Hanson asks a great question today, “In a job interview, how does one go about differentiating oneself to get the best chance to win that job. It’s a dream job. How do they do that without coming off as desperate?” My answer will take you to a place you didn’t expect: entertainment. It’s more important to be “Distinctive” than “Differentiated”. I reference Scott McKain‘s Book “Create Distinction“
Financial Consultant Joe Miller asks how to add value beyond what we sell. There are three ways, and one of them is you!
In this episode, Terry concludes the teaching on vision with what Vision does. Quite simply, Vision serves to clarify direction motivate people to action and coordinate actions of different people.
Terry discusses the doubts that come up any time we ask or seek who we are and who God says we are. Then, he describes what vision is and begins the discussion of how to get a good, clear picture of our future. George Barna says: “Vision is a clear and precise mental portrait of a preferable future, imparted by God to His chosen servant, based on an accurate understanding of God, self, and circumstances.”
Terry shares the secret of vision: know who you are. In this episode, he talks about companies and people that clearly know who they are…and some that don’t.
Terry answers the questions of Realtor Brad Asbury this week and next. This week, he helps Brad discover how to manage talent, specifically what Brad needs to do to help talent be productive. Then, Terry discusses how to help his team grow professionally…and personally.
Over the years, I have had many questions that have been fun to answer for people. Some have been from experience, some from study and some from the people themselves. In this podcast, I will spend 10-15 minutes a week exploring people’s questions and the insight God allows me to bring.