Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Teresa de Grosbois
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Teresa de Grosbois is my guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview.
She is a #1 international bestselling author of Mass Influence – the habits of the highly influential, which is now a bestseller in 7 countries.
From her rural back-woods roots in Northern Canada, she has worked her way through several different positions until she became the founder and chair of the Evolutionary Business Council.
She now works with people around the world wanting to create grass roots change in communities and businesses.
An International speaker and 4-times bestselling author, she has been featured on television, radio and print media across the globe demonstrating her passion for teaching others to play bigger and to generate wealth by creating more powerful relationships with others, both locally and internationally.
How Did The Dots Start Joining Up?
But how did she truly get here?
All positions of influence are not created overnight, but by many years of joining up seemingly unconnected dots until it all starts to make sense.
So did she have a master plan right from the beginning?
Or was it like so many of us, that she just tried many different things until she felt the click and everything fell into place?
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the and only Teresa de Grosbois
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Teresa de Grosbois such as:
You cannot make yourself influential no matter how much you want to, so it’s up to you to do the work on behalf of others and let your influence spread.
Why it is so important for you to know what is weird and what isn’t when connecting with someone of influence.
Don’t make simple mistakes hinder your progress.
Influential people understand that the influence is a currency that works. So save it, invest it and let it grow so you can be who you want to be.
Books By Teresa de Grosbois