05 Jul Tim Sanders – Nice Smart People Win – (Here’s how!)
In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, Mitch Matthews talks with Tim Sanders, a best-selling author, consultant to Fortune 100 companies and one of the most highly sought after speakers around the globe. He’s the author of a number of books, including the New York Times best-selling book Love Is The Killer App: How to Win Business And Influence Friends. Tim talks about why developing these three intangibles – knowledge, network and compassion – is key to winning.
My next DREAM THINK DO guest, Tim Sanders, shares how knowledge, network and compassion are three key tenets that can help you accomplish success by promoting the success of other people first. It may seem backward to some, that by helping other people, you are actually building up your own wins at the same time. But Tim believes in the power of strong relationships and what better way to build these kinds of connections than by helping others succeed?
And Tim knows what he’s talking about. He’s a best-selling author, consultant to Fortune 100 companies and one of the most requested speakers in the world. He’s written a number of books, including the one that he dives into during this episode, a New York Times bestseller: Love Is The Killer App: How to Win Business And Influence Friends.
The smartest entrepreneurs and leaders understand the value of the relationships they’re building each day. No one wins on their own. And Tim discusses how to use knowledge, network and compassion to strengthen these relationships.
Listen to this episode to learn about the power of helping other people succeed and practical strategies to put into practice in your own life to give more knowledge, network better and be more compassionate.
In this episode, you will…
- Hear about the strategy that was the most difficult for Tim Sanders to breakthrough
- Learn how you can share your knowledge to help other people solve problems and why it’s important
- Gain insight into why reading one book a month can be one of your best investments
- Learn the difference between being a common networker and a super connector