347: Honoree Corder: Building Relationships In The Business World
Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Honoree Corder.
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She joined up her dots in her life, way back on episode 125, where she shared how she had found her thing in life and worked towards being a player-coach, entrepreneur, author, speaker, and mentor to professionals around the world, helping them grow their businesses and live amazing lives.
She empowers others to dream big and go for what they truly want.
At that time we spoke about releasing her latest book Vision to Reality: How Short Term Massive Action Equals Long Term Maximum Results where she taught her clients the way to an empowering future, by taking frequent and consistent action, as she has done not least moving eleven times to eleven different states in the USA through her life.
Now, Honoree has a new book out and its an interesting concept where she breaks down the rules of Business Dating.
By looking closely at how we operate within our processional and personal lives, and has drawn enlightening parallels between personal and professional dating.
She makes the case for why and how you should invest your time into building meaningful and long-lasting relationships with a select group of dynamic professionals.
Fostering these win-win relationships, which can yield gains greater than anything you could imagine, and it will be faster and easier than you think.
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Honoree Corder.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How Honoree Corder didn’t consider that she was an author until she had written a few books, and even then only did it to build her credibility.
How people underestimate the power of giving their work away for free, and building your loyal following by providing huge value.
How so many people still think that they have to close the deal at the very first time, which is prone to failure and rarely is good practice.
Why it is so important to assess when your knowledge should not be given out for free, and remember your time is fully your own to charge for.
Why it is so important to manage your own greatness, and draw a line in the sand, so people know what they can expect of you everyday.
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