Recovering from a traumatic childhood is extremely hard, especially when transitioning into adulthood. When you're trying to deal with the trauma, it can be easy to think that the best solution is to forget and pretend it didn't happen. Yet, it has already been enforced in your mind, and you continue to carry the weight in your life. In today's episode, award-winning speaker, author, and advocate for adult survivors of childhood trauma, Michael Unbroken, shares his past experiences and how he overcame them. His book, Think Unbroken, has helped thousands of adults with childhood traumas become a better version of themselves. Tune in to this conversation to know more.
Storytelling is about painting a picture that people can see themselves in. It has to be relatable, and it needs to have a purpose. If your story has no point, you're just wasting the listener's time. Storytelling is about being vulnerable and building trust. If you're listening to a story and you can relate to it, you feel like you can trust the storyteller even more. That is the power of storytelling and why you need to master it.
Join John Livesay as he talks to Mark Carpenter about how to tell an effective and relatable story. Mark Carpenter is a serial storyteller. He is also an author, speaker, and the owner of the Mindset Strategic Leadership. Learn why your story needs a point and an emotional reaction. Find out more about the trust hormone, oxytocin. Discover how you can paint a picture for people when telling stories. Master the art of storytelling today!
Few people master being calm when arguments and conflicts surround everything. Our guest in this episode found the secret to resolving conflict and diffusing the tension in her book, Holding the Calm. Master mediator Hesha Abrams joins host John Livesay to share some inputs that will help you handle these tough situations. What do you do when people are angry or hysterical at you? How do you best deal with a situation where someone is crying? Hesha answers these questions and more while offering pragmatic ways to understand and resolve conflict. Plus, get to know a technique you can use to your advantage. Be the calm between the storm. Learn from Hesha and see its power in business and in life.
Failing to close a deal as a salesperson is one of the most upsetting things that can happen to you. But what if I told you that it was actually your fault that you didn't get the sale. Selling is about change and most salespeople sell the product, not what the product can do for the customer. Join John Livesay as he talks to Jeremy Miner about integrating human behavior into the sales process. Jeremy has been in sales for 7 years! He is the founder of 7th Level. He is the co-author of The New Model of Selling and is the host of the Closers are Losers podcast. Learn how human behavior affects your customer's sales objections. Find out how to get people into your products with some of Jeremy's modes of communication. Start closing all your deals today!
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