Making Progress: Here is an Example


Yesterday I posted: Client Development: Stay Motivated By Focusing on Progress. I thought it might be helpful if I shared a real life example of making progress.

Last Friday I received an email from a successful partner I coach. He asked that I call him so he could share, not just progress, but a "breakthrough" story with me.

When I called the lawyer shared his breakthrough with me. Even though he is very successful, he is introverted and generally either avoids networking events or stands in the corner by himself.

Last week he was scheduled to attend a small networking event. For this event he had bios of each person attending. Just to see what would happen, he took time to study the bios, memorize the names and found something for each person that he shared in common.

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