I’ve known many women and men that have learned great stuff; some even showed signs of being exceptional. Yet! They too were startled by their inability to move others based on that knowledge alone. I’ve helped them to discover that we’ve been doing it all wrong. The foundation for our productive organizing is at the problem defining approach. It’s the pre-existing relationship we have with the 1st party claim collectors; that becomes the most essential ingredient to having trust. Finally it’s our shared narrative that gives rise to expectation and demands. The conclusion is it’s less about personal knowledge when it comes to uniting individuals today. From: mate3.com CEO
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