Being open to your clients requires first being open with yourself. Get in touch with your story. Name one or two times in your past—perhaps as far back as childhood—when you failed at something important. Did others exploit that moment or was there one or more people who gave you support. Can you tell yourself you failed at a task but that you are not a failure?
Recommended reading: Rising Strong by Dr. Brene Brown. Watch her TED Talk, “The Power of Vulnerability.”
A clarion call to lead with purpose, Cadence of Care offers a wise and practical guide to deepening and enriching client relationships.
-Robert B. Seaberg, Ph.D. Intersect Consulting, LLC
Tim Owings understands what all the great ones know. People who trust you are far more important than all the product knowledge in the world.
Don Connelly Associates
The concepts Tim Owings shares in his book provide a comprehensive blueprint to integrate into practice.
-Marc D. Miller, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business, Henderson State University