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Making Way for Great Ideas and Deeper Connections
Editor's Note: This is a continuation of our core conversation on "Great Connections Lead to Great Ideas." Yesterday, Pam Slim challenged us to explore beyond our "regular". Today, Elizabeth Marshall shows us how to make way for great ideas and deeper connections.
Watch this video conversation with Elizabeth and discover: * Why (and how) to build rapport before making a request - and sharing your idea * Two ways to transform initial conversations into more meaningful relationships * What a popular children's story has to say about great conversations * An inspiring resource for seeing possibilities with your ideas and relationships More about Elizabeth: When you ask Elizabeth Marshall about the secret to spreading your message, she'll tell you it all comes back to one thing: relationships. Whether it's hosting virtual book tour calls for bestselling authors, such as Keith Ferrazzi, Seth Godin, Carol Roth, Les McKeown and Michael Port, through her AuthorTeleseminars.com brand or designing creative marketing campaigns for up-and-coming thought leaders, she draws on the deep connections she's made over the years to make it all happen. As a result of her relationship with Michael Port, she co-authored The Contrarian Effect, which was named the #9 Best Business Book of 2008 by the Amazon.com Editorial Board. And, in partnership with renowned publishing strategist, Janet Goldstein, she launched Book Breakthrough NYC, an annual live event for authors and messengers who want to transform their message into a book and a movement. You can learn more about Elizabeth's work with authors and messengers by going to www.AuthorTeleseminars.com and www.BookBreakthrough.com and connect with her on Twitter: @lizmarshall.
This post is the conclusion of our first Core Conversation. If you missed a few posts along the way or want to revisit some of your favorites, you can read the entire conversation from the beginning, starting here.