How many times has this happened to you? You’re talking to your mom, a friend, or your spouse about something and before you know it, they’ve made a comment that triggered you in some way. Problem is, they have no idea why you suddenly got upset or triggered. In their minds, they haven’t done or said anything wrong.
After noticing your reaction, they probably said something like, “That’s not what I meant” or “ You completely took that the wrong way”. Sound familiar? ...continue reading →
We all know that having a conversation is like doing the tango: it takes two! But it’s hard to dance if only one person is moving.
Well the same thing happens in conversations. It’s not really a conversation if one person is doing all the talking. In order to keep up with the flow and gain momentum as you go, each person has to play their part.
Imagine dancing with a person that has no rhythm. What’s the fun in that? Be the one who takes the lead in your enrollment conversations.