Posted on: June 27th, 2012 by marketing

Welcome Back [wlm_firstname],

Chances are you’ve heard the phrase ‘failing to plan is planning to fail.’  We often think strategies are needed for the big tasks and overlook the planning process on things like our daily interactions.  If you do your relationships and productivity will suffer.  Let’s make a plan this week.

Click the link to access your content – Week #10:  Failing to Plan a Conversation Strategy

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Here are your links to the previous weeks:

Week #1: Determining a Winning Business Strategy

Week #2: Video on Nordstrom’s Defining Characteristic

Week #3: Barrier to Communication No.10 – Failure to Engage

Week #4: Barrier to Communication No.9 – Confidence vs. Competence

Week #5:  Barrier to Communication No.8 – Unproductive Conversations

Week #6: Bonus Video: Building Rapport inside an NFL Locker Room

Week #7:  Barriers to Communication no.7 and no.6 – Dead End Conversations and Forgetting Your Manners

Week #8:  Barrier to Communication no.5 – Do You Talk Too Much?

Week #9:  Barrier to Communication no.4  — A Lack of Information