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651: Oscar Trimboli, how to succeed by listening, deeply: Do you hear me? Do you hear anyone?

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Do you hear me? Do you hear anyone? In this show I give focus to a skill that can increase your social stature, influence and overall opportunity...exponentially. A skill that, according to our guest, only 2% of the world is ever, ever taught. A skill few of us ever even think about...though we direly desire this skill in others and adore those who happen to have it. What is the skill? Listening. Why do you care? Wouldn’t you...like to be adored by others? Have influence with them? Have better relationships, with everyone? Your spouse or significant other, your children, you co-workers or employees or business partners and associates...your friends...again, everyone? Please don’t miss this show and this message. It’s not sexy. But neither is saving money. Being debt free forever...everyone wants it. Listening is doing the work, for massive social capital. It’s so easy to stand out and be a hero, because as you’ll hear in this show, few people effectively listen. As you’ll hear, me included. My guest is Oscar Trimboli. He’s an expert in this field and wrote a small, coffee table book titled “Deep Listening” - Impact beyond words. After a short review...I knew I needed to bring him and his message, to you...the Ziglar audience. Oscar is a consultant to organizations such as Cisco, Google, HSBC, News Corp, PayPal, Qantas, and TripAdvisor helping executives and their teams listen to what’s unsaid by the customers and employees.As you will hear in the show, while Oscar began this research on listening in the business world, he is not focused on each of us individually and has the goal of bringing deep listening to 100 million people.Be sure to check Oscar out:https://www.facebook.com/oscartrhttps://twitter.com/oscartrimbolihttps://www.instagram.com/oscartrimboliLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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