Developing Wisdom for Maximum Relationship Impact
In a wide-ranging 23 minute interview, Rob and I talk about:
- The definition of wisdomand why it’s not just being smart.
- Why being smart is not good enough in today’s world of business.
- The relationship between knowledge and wisdom from a business perspective.
- Why wisdom is the most crucial asset for successful business people today.
- Accurately forecasting or interpreting trends is a sign of wisdom.
- It takes wisdom to give good advice in today’s complex, busy world.
- Making the complex understandable is the mark of the wise man or woman.
- How wisdom can help you stand out in tough, competitive times.
- Credibility is the ability to inspire trust in your judgement, and that needs wisdom!
- How gravitas and wisdom magnetically draw people to you.
- The need to see connections between deep expertise and broad insight for true wisdom.
- Theï¿½benefits of wisdom in making you the trusted advisor and ‘go to’ choice.
- Why only other people can judge you to haveï¿½wisdom, not yourself.
- Life is decisions and choices, and wisdom helps you make better ones.
- Seeing wisdom as a house built with seven pillars.
- Nobody is born wise – wisdom is coachable and something everyone can develop.
- The seven key skills and attributes you need to become wise.
- Self-mastery is the foundation of wisdom – when you truly know who you are.
- Perception is seeing what’s happening differently and better than everyone else.
- The role of character and judgement in developing wisdom.
- How you conduct yourself is the manifestation of true wisdom.
- Wisdom gives you immediate authority whenever you communicate.
- The difference between a mere fact and a piece of useful knowledge.
- How wise people manage to turn facts into insight.
- Why niching can be dangerous for you and your business!
- Three quick steps to start developing greater wisdom and gravitas.
- Why the wisest people are committed to learning at every opportunity.
- Wisdom tip: it matters less what you say and more what you actually do.
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