In today’s show, we talk about:
- How Trevor Houston’s upbringing shaped the way he communicated with people and viewed the world.
- Why he no longer aspires to win and achieve trophies but prefers to make an impact and change the lives of people that he meets along the way.
- How proper communication can solve problems because you can express your real thoughts and feelings in the best way possible.
- Why believing in a higher calling and believing without seeing allows you to push all-in and give your best effort in what you do.
- Why you need to dig out the unspoken objection and learn to handle the attention so you can push hard where it counts.
- How the more you serve people, the more you become elevated because of the law of reciprocity.
- Why it helps to work with the attitude of service instead of just going for that sale or trophy because when you serve, you build relationships and gain trust.
- How identifying your strengths and relying on other people can help you expand and grow your vision.
- What kind of role model can you be to your team that allows you to empower them so you can help your company collectively grow.
- Why you need to be conscious of what you see, say, and do because this eventually becomes your legacy.
- How you can motivate your team so they can perform well even when you are not around to supervise what they’re doing.
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