This is the most important concept I’ve recorded to date.

If we all learned this one 60-second habit to increase buy-in, it would make us better leaders, better educators, better spouses, better friends, and even better parents.

It’ll help you dial in to what really matters most in each of your interactions throughout the day.

I’ve seen this habit drastically reduce unnecessary meetings. And at the very least, you’ll find the meetings you do have to be way more purposeful.

✅ Quick Action to Make the World a Splash Better Today: 

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  3. And lastly, if your boss needs to learn this habit, forward it on to them 🤣

Toward real connection—online and off,

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

PS – If you want to look at increasing buy-in from another angle, you may love my (previously unshared) video on 5 Common Habits That Make People Instantly Dislike You.

PPS – And if you want to get serious about improving your communication as a leader, a mom, a husband, friend or a parent, get your copy of me and Will’s book, Ask Powerful Questions: Create Conversations that Matter on audiobook, Kindle, or paperback 👍👍 If you’d rather just go out to coffee one-to-one, we created this guided journal to serve as a private coaching/mentoring session as well.

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