Conversations wander. Even with the best of intentions, we find ourselves talking about everything except what we’re actually meeting to discuss, and nothing is accomplished. 

Priya Parker says “Meet for purpose, not for time.” In today’s video, I’m going to give you a tool to do just that: meet for purpose and bring the conversation back to the point when it drifts. The idea toward the end about “content vs. process” has a magical ability to transform conversations—whatever the context. 

Leave a comment letting me know how you bring a wandering conversation back around.

Toward real connection—online and off,

CHAD LITTLEFIELD
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

PSIn case you missed last week’s video, on my Best Practices for Hybrid (So Far), here it is. 

PPS Save the date! Will and I are hosting a Remote Retreat on January 13-14). We are finalizing details, and more info coming out in the coming weeks. This will be a paid event and space will be limited to ensure a phenomenal experience. You can register your interest in the retreat real quick right here.

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