What if the next person crossing your path today is the exact person you need to know tomorrow?
A lot of times what people do is they calculate the ROI before they decide whether or not they want to get to know someone.
Try not to look at a relationship and say, 'If I form a relationship with you, what am I going to get out of it?'.
Kymberli Speight is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, a prior military officer, and a speaker and executive coach. She wrote the book 'I Need to Know You: How to Meet Ordinary, Extraordinary People, and Improve Your Life,' which is about her journey to meet 100 people in 100 days.
In this episode, you will learn the fundamentals of growing your network at any time, the keys to networking and relationship building, and the techniques for having exceptional and memorable conversations that uncover the possibility of opportunities.
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"We tend to focus on what we want, versus what maybe the other person either wants or needs." –Kymberli Speight
"A lot of times, what I see people do is they calculate the ROI before they decide whether or not they want to get to know someone. But I say you never know how you might be able to help someone or how somebody might be able to help you. So try not to look at a relationship and say, 'If I form a relationship with you, what am I going to get out of it?" –Kymberli Speight
"Notice the opportunities that come across your path all the time. We have an opportunity to either let people just go past us, we could just say, 'Hello, how are you doing?' and let it in there. Or we could choose to have a meaningful conversation with someone. " –Kymberli Speight
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