November 23, 2017
Relationships are arguably the most important aspect of any business but they are sadly misused. Even if a relationship is effective and profitable, you may be doing it wrong and thus hurting your future success. On today’s episode of Real Relationships I welcome Shaa Wasmund, she is a successful businesswoman and a master of relationships. We will dive deep into why going about your working relationships wrongly can be detrimental and how you can make sure you are getting the most out of them.
When Shaa was writing an article for Cosmopolitan magazine she saw first hand how relationships, when used correctly, can have huge impacts on everyone in your circle. In a moment of excitement and unchecked ambition she went over the editor’s head and scheduled an interview with the current middleweight boxing champion without approval. Instead of bringing about painful consequences the situation left Shaa free of student debt and with new contacts. Make sure you listen to this episode to hear exactly what happened.
Joy is a pivotal aspect of our lives. Without it even the most important tasks become unbearable. My guest Shaa Wasmund explains in this episode of Real Relationships why your business relationships must first bring you personal joy before they bring you profit. This episode with packed with Shaa’s helpful tips and tricks on how you can make sure you keep your life joyful.
Many of us compartmentalize our work and personal life. In many scenarios this is a good thing, but not in the area of relationships. According to Shaa Wasmund, you shouldn’t have a business relationship with someone if they are not the kind of person you would like as a friend, regardless of how much money they might bring your business. Your relationships need to inspire you, motivate you, and fill you with joy each day to get out of bed and tackle what lies before you. If your relationships are not also friendships you won't have that motivation. Listen to this episode to learn from Shaa what you should do if a business relationship does not bring you joy.
If the only people you grow business relationships with are people you enjoy and would hang out with