"Relationships are the truest form of currency." What does this phrase truly mean, and how can it affect your business?
In today's episode of The Higher Standard, Chris shares some realizations he's had around relationships and the business world, drawing on examples such as Henry David Thoreau to demonstrate how we may be looking at relationships entirely wrong.
You'll learn what Chris means when he says, "relationships are the truest form of currency."
You'll discover why one of the first steps to improving your relationships, both personally and in business, is being willing to do an unwavering but realistic self-assessment.
You'll also learn why networking and other social events are not truly places to develop relationships, despite what many believe.
Join Chris as he offers his insights into relationships, both personal and in business.
What You’ll Learn in this Show:
- The true meaning of the phrase, "relationships are the truest form of currency."
- Why an unwavering but realistic self-assessment is an essential first step.
- Why networking and other social events do not create true relationships.
- And so much more...