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April 22, 2024 2 mins

You'd never believe how much the world has changed since the pandemic, but there's one thing that remains constant: the power of human connection. I've been on the road, traveling to seven cities in just five days, and I've discovered something incredible that's transforming the way I do business and live my life. It's a simple truth that many people have forgotten in the age of social media and virtual meetings, but it's more important now than ever before. Want to know what it is? Listen to my latest episode to find out how you can leverage this game-changing insight to build stronger relationships, create new opportunities, and achieve your goals in a post-pandemic world. I'm sharing personal stories and practical advice that will inspire you to step outside your comfort zone and start making meaningful connections with the people around you. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a professional, or just someone looking to grow and succeed, this episode is packed with wisdom that will help you take your life and career to the next level. So what are you waiting for?

Host: Daymond John

 

Producers: Beau Dozier & Shanelle Collins; Ted Kingsbery, Chauncey Bell, & Taryn Loftus

 

For more info on how to transform your life and business to the next level, check out DaymondJohn.com and @thesharkdaymond on all platforms!

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Speaker 1 (00:02):
What's up? This is the people Shark. Here Damon and
John with a motivation moment for you courtesy of that
Moment with Damon John, a production of The Black Effect
Podcast Network and iHeartRadio. Now, I'm reflecting on the fact
that I have been There were seven cities in the
last five days, and often it is nine. If you

(00:25):
ever follow me on social media, people say I'm crazy.
But the more things change, the more they stay the same.
What I have found is, after we've gotten out of
the pandemic, that the face to face meetings mean so
much more. Everybody's hiding behind a screen, their eyes are glossy,
they're trying to get off. They don't want to interrupt anybody,

(00:46):
and if they like something or if they don't like something,
their emotions are not necessarily seeing the way they are
when you are in person. They say over sixty percent
of communication is in body language. Can I say that
every single city, every single room that I'm in is
super productive. Absolutely not. However, that sets it up for

(01:10):
the next time that I'm in a room with somebody,
I get to meet such great people, and I also
get to meet people that think like I do. They
travel from around the world, or even in that city,
to be in a place where they exercise the fact
that we are pack animals and we love to see
and talk to people. I'm giving you a motivational moment.

(01:31):
Get outside of your ivory tower or in your house,
get outside and start to network people. Or there was
social network, there was networking in person and this is
the best time. And I have found that it is
the most productive time because when everybody else is talking
behind the screen, you're talking in person, you're shaking a hand,

(01:52):
you're giving positive body language, and that is paying way
more than anything else. They are paying dividends for the
rest see a lights these type of meetings. So go
ahead and enjoy that time outside and go out and
make money, make new friends, and have a great time.
And there you have it. So tune in every week
or more episodes of that Moment with Damon John Peace
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