In this show, we talk a lot about how to get noticed.
Once you’ve achieved that goal, though, you find that being recognizable to the general public comes with its own problems.
What do you do when you’re so in demand that your time is constantly requested? How can you navigate the unavoidable situation of having forgotten the name of the person you’re talking to?
And how can you gracefully escape an uncomfortable conversation?
Today, I answer all of these questions.
So, I talk about the value of a group format event, and I give tips on how to navigate one. I note the value of a wingperson and a secret code.
Then, I tell an illustrative story and I note the power of honesty when you don’t remember a person’s name.
“I think that honesty is the best policy.” – Matthew Kimberley
This week on Book Yourself Solid® Marketing For Coaches Podcast:
- How to cope gracefully when you don’t want to be talking to someone
- What to do when you’ve forgotten their name
- The value of honesty, a wingperson, and a secret code
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