Relationships are everything in business. Putting time and energy into building them and deepening them is critical to your success.
As my friend Melody Biringer says, relationships are the true currency. This is also the name of one of the panels at her remarkable event, WIT Regatta.
Because of the pandemic, we weren’t able to meet in person in Amsterdam but that didn’t stop us from connecting online.
The fabulous Lara Manqui moderated our panel and I’ve extracted some of the clips where I talk about: how to build trust, how to follow up with people, making assumptions, taking things personally, why introverts make the best networkers, and my networking power move.
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Here is the link to a post about the book I mentioned, The Four Agreements by Miguel Ruiz. Below the video, there are links to the other posts on each agreement and how they apply to business.
If you’re interested in learning more about building trust check out these this post and this one (includes links to Brene Brown’s talk on trust and her BRAVING acronym pdf).
Find out more about my power networking move, in this post: Connect People To Each Other and Watch Your Business Grow.
I also mentioned The Work of Byron Katie, you can find everything you need to do The Work for free here.
“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” Dale Carnegie
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I just watched this and it gave me all the feels by reliving the moment! Your tips are timeless and they have worked so well for myself and so many others that have had the opportunity to receive your wisdom. Thank you, Stephanie ❤️
Thank you for your warm words, Lara! You did a spectacular job of moderating the panel, weaving together all of the concepts and ideas.