How do you solve problems?
With force? With money? With conversation? Or, with better thinking? Meet critical thinking expert and author of the great book, "Thinking Better: Critical Thinking & Creativity Through Trusting Collaboration ," DAN MANNING, as he joins me in this fascinating and entertaining episode of Marketing and Sales, Over Cocktails.
A former A10 fighter pilot for the Air Force and then a military diplomat who speaks fluent Russian, Manning will drop your chin with his stories and insight on how he became an expert on how to actually THINK BETTER.
Sit back and enjoy as we discuss the importance and significance of collaboration, creativity, and proper strategy in all types of situations, and how most of it can be applied to your sales processes, and your business.
Listen as he describes that thinking "outside the box" is only the first step, and that the "fear of future regret" is real and debilitating.
What’s You'll Hear:
● How guessing the weight of an ox can teach us about collaborative critical thinking.
● How do you come up with great ideas to improve your company?
● Why the fear of future regret is holding you hostage, and how you can break free of that limiting belief.
● Are you treating your beliefs as a fact? How to tell the difference between the two.
Mentioned in this Episode:
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