Notes from listening to the Bullseye Principle
- Align with what you say with who you are. And being in line with your personal brand.
- Take time to find 3 words that describe yourself. And then ask someone else to do the same about you
- What are my core competencies?
- What are my core values?
- Write a two sentence personal brand statement for myself.
- Set and example and define a common purpose … makes teams up to 5 times more productive
- If I’m fired up, others with do so too
- Package information in a compelling story (connect with [[Storyworthy]]) (vs. boring stats)
- it simplifies complex situations
- productive meetings - 4 questions (and create an agenda around that)
- What to achieve?
- Why is this important?
- Whom do you need on board?
- How much time will it take?
- Always arrive early and well prepared!
- Asking questions unlocks vital information!
- Converging questions - closed questions (Yes/No) - with one correct answers
- Diverging questions - open ended. And with many potential answers
- Rhetorical questions - statements that sounds like questions. Force others to connect to their stories
- Be specific with your questions. Ask short and precise.
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