Choose Your Words, Change Your Life: The Communication Episode with Clint Arthur # 503

Dave Asprey

An incredibly interesting conversation from two Wharton Business School grads with an affinity for butter…

Celebrity Entrepreneur & Branding Expert  Clint Arthur is the #1 Bestselling author of “Break Through Your Upper Limits on TV,” followed by “What They Teach You At The Wharton Business School,” and his latest book, “Speaking Game: 7-Figure Speaker Secrets Revealed.

Knowing how to communicate will change your life, it’ll change your relationships, it’ll change your friendships, it’ll change everything you do and that’s why this is a core skill to being a good friend, to being a good member of your community.

Whether it’s in front of a classroom, a small group or a national stage, it doesn’t really matter, the topics Dave Asprey and Clint get into in this episode apply to all of us.

Enjoy the show!

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Choose Your Words, Change Your Life: The Communication Episode with Clint Arthur # 503

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Show Notes

– Elvis and Glossophobia 00:03:05
– Iron Chef had missed the most important ingredient 00:19:21
– Why are you motivated to help others 00:26:30
– People who are stuck as cog in the wheels 00:28:24
– How to self promote 00:23:25
– You need a formula to help your clients 00:31:53 and again at 00:36:05
– Five things you shouldn’t say 00:37:38
– Five things you should always say 00:46:51

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