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A Life Well Designed Podcast- Lifestyle design for career, relationships, and business

A Life Well Designed Podcast is where people come to learn lifestyle design, networking, career success, improving relationships, personal coaching, how to take control of their life in general, and start the process of living with intention & integrity. Your life is the most important project you'll ever work on, so learn how to do it right! Come with us to explore design on every level. Your host, Jonathan Pritchard, has made a living of using applied psychology to convince an audience full of people he can read minds, and now uses his powers for good; not just evil. Come with him on his journey to create a life of success and learn from a host of teachers along the way. Topics range from motivation, object design, technology, networking, confidence building, dating, public speaking, and a lot more. Find out more at http://www.alifewelldesigned.com
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Sep 27, 2015

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Chris Fedruk Long is a former self-help devotee who spent years trying to figure out why people do what they do. Over the last 20 years as an analyst, an independent consultant, and now a manager of analysts, she has learned to focus less on the "why" and more on the "how" to get better results from her team (and herself). She works as an implementation & delivery director at a global research, technology, and consulting company in Chicago, Illinois.

 

IN THIS EPISODE

We discuss a behavioral framework that is incredibly effective in improving communication skills, which are essential whether you’re a manager, leader, or entrepreneur. This simple tool will help you pay better attention, and respond more effectively to others based on your observations. (It also works great for non-work relationships!)

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