February 18, 2020 by Kelly
How well would you say that you communicate?
I don't just mean public speaking, but rather even your day-to-day conversations with coworkers or friends. How well do you get your point across? How well do you connect with people? Do people remember your stories and who you are?
In this episode, you'll find out that there's a common mistake that people make when at networking events and you'll learn how to avoid that and so much more! Our guest for today is Christina Canters, who is a communication skills speaker, coach and founder of The C Method. We chatted about how changing up the way you introduce yourself will help you initiate deeper conversations and how communication is the key to boosting your business.
Christina has shared the stage with podcasting powerhouses such as Kevin Smith (AKA Silent Bob of Clerks fame), Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income and Andrew Warner of Mixergy, has been featured in the entrepreneur documentary Your Own Way Out along with the likes of Derek Sivers and Peter Shankman, was a major prize winner in the prestigious 2015 RMIT Business Plan Competition, and has been featured on numerous business podcasts and blogs.
In 2014, Christina left a promising career in architecture to pursue her passion – helping people build confidence in themselves and speak effectively in order to achieve success at work, in business and in life. She believes that pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is the best way to learn and grow – and she leads by example, documenting her own comfort challenges on her YouTube videos and podcast.
Learn How Communicate with Confidence...
- Why society has looked down on women in leadership roles
- The number 1 mistake that people make at networking events
- 5 tips on how to be confident behind the microphone
- Why you don't need to be ready to take that next step in your journey
- How you can inspire the people around you, just by being you
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