Ebb & Flow, like the chassidic concept of Ratzo V’Shuv (running and returning), aims to provide you with the principles and practices, wisdom and willpower, insights and inspiration, and empowerment to access your higher vision, internalize it, and express it to the world. This podcast integrates Ho… read more
On this episode:
Jordan's background with podcasting since the early 2000's and what led to interest in body language, nonverbal communication, networking, and building real relationships.
How these interests transformed into coaching others about it
How He learned much more nuanced things when teaching others rather than just himself
His approach with the seeking and sharing of practical, deliberate actions to take from guests
Reading between the lines and breaking down what people say into pieces that make them successful in what they do and why
The listener can understand the pieces of what makes others successful
Consistency and little daily habits over time
Slow and steady wins the race
How he kept at it with podcasting by focusing on the conversations and the quality of the conversations as opposed to trying to increase his reach
Key is to try small changes at a time over time
Find a degree of change where you feel slightly uncomfortable but you can still go forward even if you feel a little bit inauthentic. You don’t want to go out feel so self conscious that its going to fail and you sabotage your self
Never had the expectations he'd do things right the first time. There will be obstacles, that's life.
Eventually people succeed at things they really want to do
Final tips on creating real relationships: Dig the well before you're thirsty
Creating relationships before you need them
ABG - always be generous or giving. Use your existing network to introduce people you meet to other people that can help them
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