In this episode, learn 2 key things to help you in business:
• How to ask for advice
• How not to ask for advice!
Elaine gives you the ABC's of getting answers to your questions from people who have gone before you. The tricky part is that they are most often quite busy, but they are usually willing to help - IF you approach in the right way.
Influential people play by a different set of rules. Teresa de Grosbois is an international speaker and bestselling author on the topic of influence. In today's interview, we learn:
• How the most influential people share their influence, and how to approach them
• The "Premature Ask", or how NOT to approach people of influence (with hilarious examples)
• How crying on the bathroom floor at her lowest point ignited Teresa's journey to where she is today
As an example of how influential Teresa has become, several of my podcast interviews have been with people to whom I was connected by Teresa!
You can get her newest book, "Mass Influence - The Habits of the Highly Influential" at
Spencer McDonald, businessman, author, keynote speaker, and mentor, talks about:
• the top 3 qualities in a profitable business person
• how people starting out in business unknowingly "finance" their coffee
• why setting a beautiful ship (that you own) on fire is sometimes the right thing to do!
• his habits of success
Check out his website at www.thinkingdriver.com
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Nutritionist Brenda Wollenberg continues to talk family fuel, including 3 connections between nutrition and school performance, and her lesson about "coming off the mountain" that radically changed how she trains her clients.
Please check the Show Notes (www.elaineskitchentable.com/026) for a FREE delicious Smoothie Handbook, and a link to Brenda's brilliant family nutrition training!
Nutritionist Brenda Wollenberg, author of the book "Overweight Kids In A Toothpick World", talks about something we do multiple times every day - feed our family! Are we moving toward Wellness or Illness? Learn:
• Why World War II matters on your kitchen table
• 3 meanings of the words "sometime foods"
• Why "everything in moderation" is NOT the best motto
Google "starting a business" and you'll get millions of pieces of advice. Ask your friends, family and colleagues, and you'll get the same. Except it's all different and contradictory! Here are 5 things I learned on my journey that they don't teach in business school.
Be sure to check the Show Notes (http://www.elaineskitchentable.com/024) for a helpful PDF cheat sheet that you can keep, with all 5 points!