Apparently, to be the most interesting person in the room, you need to be confident, smile and have things to talk about. Do that and people will be intrigued by you. That’s what people say!
To be the most interesting person in the room, be disruptive. That’s what I’d say.
Explore the power of conversations. Light the fire and sit in it. See the process unfold and work with it. How do you notice the disruption in the room?
Give yourself permission to ask 3 questions. Keep asking those questions.
1 of them you must ask 5 times (at least)
I challenge you to try!
My favourite quotes from this episode:
‘What genius do you bring to your organisation?’
‘What is the level of safety here?’
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