The Power Of Following Passions
I've only listened to your confession and already know this podcast will be on my subscribe and sync list! It's so enjoyable to hear the excitement in someones voice who has found their passion in life and has turned it into a avocation! I'd love to hear more about what you're learning about communication and conflict. Conflict and communication are so linked, they are like the "chicken and the egg" question. And you have twin daughters! I am a twin myself and a dad of two daughters 9 and 5. It's been so interesting to contrast some of their issues with each other and contrast them with the perspective of being a twin. Now I truely understand the question we were always asked; what is it like being a twin?
Jim Littlefield via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/21/08
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The lesson on negotiating, told in a delightful way using a pair of 4-year-olds fighting over a Barbie doll, was engaging and valuable to me. It reenforces the idea that to be effective in negotiating, it is vital to see the other's point of view. In this case, in particular, the girls were...Read full review »
Graeme McRae via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/28/08
Lisa has put together an awesome show on a subject she is obviously very passionate about. Understanding that communication is the most important skill we have, this show is a must-subscribe! Her tempo, delivery and voice is perfect for this subject and I find myself listening to each episode...Read full review »
mattbeckwith via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/30/08
You've really got to get this one and listen to it regularly. Nothing is more important in business than good communication skills and this podcast is a great way to hone up on your skills.
J1J via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/22/08
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