Building Deep Connections by Finding Mutual Sweet Spots interview with Tara Padua
• 2:00 Kare talks about her one secret to success.
• 4:20 Get a useful definition of mutuality, and why it is such a powerful tool for connection.
• 7:00 How to create more mutuality in your future endeavors.
• 10:15 Cultivating a connection is vital to survival. Learn how to make that happen.
• 14:00 Conflict can create opportunities for greatness.
• 16:30 Strengthen your connection skills by transforming the way we listen and view our friendships.
• 19:00 Make choices to pick out people and invest in them.
• 21:00 Practice your purpose.
• 24:40 Change the way you share your story. Kare shares how she did just that!
• 28:30 Learn how to be a multiplier.
• 34:20 Ask someone to elaborate, and open the door to more.
• 40:00 How to differentiate between anxiety, worry, and fear.
• 42:30 Learn how to get more quotable!
• 45:00 Kare’s tips for finding the right partners in your success.
In this interview, Kare explained what she does to help her clients become magnetic speakers. Kare also explained how she found her passion for inspiring people and integrating key skills. Afterwards, we talked about how Kare has been so consistent in spreading her message and she also shared some good advice for people, who want to follow in her footsteps. Then Kare mentioned how she guides her clients into defining and following their mission. Afterwards, Kare talked about her work on human rights causes and what inspired her to go down that route. Finally we talked about the role of physicality and the importance of making the correct impression as an entrepreneur.
– Taking the focus away from yourself and seeing the bigger picture
– Piggybacking on popular stories – with a personal twist
– The rule of three
– The importance of specificity
– Mutual accountability in small groups within companies
– The benefits of a well-run intranet in a company
– Presenting yourself as comfortable and reliable
In this interview Kare shares insights on:
- Why sideline glancing opens the opportunity to the unexpected
- How to build trust by providing helpful help
- Keys to building credibility
You can listen to the full interview here. (direct download)
Highlights of this show include:
- Need to get specific about your top mission in life
- Synchronistic events and how they shape our lives
- Why it’s important to be aware of our hot buttons and blind spots
- Dangers of projection and importance of asking questions (rather than making assumptions)
- Use specificity when sharing stories, tell them in ways that matter to listeners
- “When the light shines on you, shine it on someone else”
- Gives teams rules of engagement and methods to genuinely connect
- It’s easy to be against something, but the real power comes when we are for something that’s better and brighter
- Breaking out of our ingrained habits in order to create change
- A helpful helper provides something before you knew you needed it
- We all change over time, we grow and evolve
- Be open to learning, there is something in everybody that we can learn from
- The power in making and keeping promises
- Don’t limit your field of vision or beliefs when finding others to partner with – be open to noticing more, expand your awareness
- Kare’s current purpose in life
- What and how Kare works on herself and maintains momentum
Some of the areas that Ryan covered include:
- How did you prepare for your great Ted Talk?
- What was the process for that?
- How has that Ted Talk changed your lifef?
- Why do you think it moved so many people?
- What is your book “Moving From Me To We” all about?
- What does being a “giver” mean to you?
Communicating and connecting as entrepreneurs interview with One Simple Thing
In this modern world of technology and its challenges, it has become increasingly important to communicate more clearly and add an element of humanity to our communications. Kare Anderson is an expert in human connection and communication, and she shares her insights in this recap of Episodes 221-224.
Interview with Brian Solis:
Bryan Kramer: Smarter Commerce Conversations with Kare Anderson
Interview with Joseph Warren
“How Kare struggled to make her first $100,000 while building her brand, Say It Better”
“On this episode, Joseph Warren chats with courageous entrepreneur, Forbes & Huffington Post Columnist, Kare Anderson about how she struggled to make her first $100,000 while building her brand, Say It Better.”
The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
Specificity is key to almost anything in life, so Kare wants you to think about two things:
- What is your highest mission in life? Describe it in a way that is so concrete that other people understand what you mean.
- What are the 2-3 hot buttons that cause you to be most reactionary?
By getting clear about those things, you’ll have a better understanding of what you might want to do differently in your daily life, and who you might want to bring into it.
(Partial transcript) This is Find Your Dream Job, the podcast that helps you hired, have the career you want, and make a difference in life. I’m Mac Prichard, your host, and publisher of Mac’s List. Our show is brought to you by Mac’s List and by our book, “Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond).” To learn more about the book and the new edition that we’re publishing February 1, please visit macslist.org/ebook.
Whatever career you choose, you’ll find competitors, no matter how small or crowed your field may be, some people always stand out in your profession. Education, experience and other advantages play a part in these people’s success, but how you lead your work life can make a huge difference, too. This week on Find Your Dream Job, we’re talking about how you can advance your career by combining your strengths with the complementary skills of others. Our guest expert this week is Kare Anderson. She and I will talk about specific steps you can take in your professional life to break out of the pack.
We live in an increasingly connected world and it’s never been easier for us to make contact with others around the globe. Whether you want to make new contacts in your industry or niche, or if you want make connections with people who work outside your own field, technology has revolutionised this process.
However, the very systems that make this possible have also created a world in which we all seem permanently busy. We fire off hundreds of e-mails a week, take countless calls and scan through our social media accounts day and night. But, how much do we really listen to those around us? And how supportive of our friends and colleagues are we?
For all of us, but especially entrepreneurs, it’s easy to switch off as others seek help with a problem. I think we’re all guilty of this to an extent, especially when we’re trying to manage our own businesses. We have too much for ourselves to worry about, without taking on the problems of others. Does this lead to long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships though?
“This week we’ll be talking about creating a mutuality mindset and what that means as an individual and as a business person. Believe me, it can make a world of difference in how you think of yourself and others as well as significantly impact your bottom line.”
How to be greater (no worse) together in our increasingly complex, connected world interview with Dr. Linda Tucker
“I can personally attest to this power, as a year and a half ago I was in the audience when Kare admitted to a room full of people that she had completely rewritten her speech the night before. She proceeded to deliver the intensely personal story of how she overcame her chronic shyness and stuttering and learned to connect with others. I was touched, moved and inspired.
“A few months ago, at the Business Innovation Factory, I was asked to step in for another speaker detained by a hurricane. I would have less than 24 hours to prepare my speech. Normally, I enjoy thoroughly researching my topics and finding little nuggets of unexpected information to flavor my speech. I prefer to practice repeatedly while I’m washing dishes or driving in my car. But there was a need, and despite my terror, and largely due to Kare’s inspiration and example, I agreed to the short preparation timeline. I found myself including a number of personal stories I had never told before. It was intimidating and exhilarating—and I couldn’t have done it without her.”
“When we met recently, I immediately knew I’d like to interview Kare about how she uses narrative in her practice. In our few minutes on the phone last week, she offered concise wisdom and specific strategies for using collaborative techniques to achieve preferred outcomes—no small feat in a complex, noisy world.
SECRET – TIMESAVING TECHNIQUE
Kare does the most important thing in her day during the morning – do what you need to do during your prime time. ONWARD!
DAILY HABIT THAT CONTRIBUTES TO SUCCESS
Look for the side of someone that you most admire – Kare does this whenever she meets or re-meets someone.
COULD HAVE RUINED YOUR BUSINESS – BUT NOW – AN INVALUABLE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Kare got pulled into work that wasn’t in line with her business – and Kare tells the whole story here.
MOST CRITICAL SKILL YOU THINK BUSINESS OWNERS NEED TO MASTER TO BE SUCCESSFUL
“Keep on strengthening the main differentiating benefit that you offer in relation to your competition – and reduce the steps to buying and using what your offer.”
MOST INFLUENTIAL LESSON LEARNED FROM A MENTOR
“My mentor showed me talents I didn’t know I had.”
WHAT SYSTEMS WOULD YOU GO BACK AND PUT INTO PLACE SOONER?
I wish I would have had a technology earlier to track my stakeholders and get alerts to keep in contact with them.
(partial transcript) Kare Anderson Guest Interview:
[13:18] What is connective behavior and what does it encompass?
[15:35] Simple ways for people to connect include getting specific sooner, showing warmth before competence, sitting sidle and walking.
[18:19] Create a bigger pie when someone is attacking you.
[19:35] If you plan for what you want to do you don’t let anybody else determine your behavior.
[20:13] A connective leader has the most clout.
How to make your conference more meaningful by storyboarding the sequence of scenes they experience interview with The Modern Event
01:31 – Kare’s story
02:15 – What makes a meeting truly stand out from others
03:08 – Storyboard the meeting experience and creating memorable moments that involve sensory combinations of smells, tastes, sounds, sights, and touch
03:24 – 3 key factors to storyboarding
05:39 – Storyboarding is involving all the senses
07:00 – Using the senses in a sequential set of scenes at the event
07:20 – Innovative ways for meeting planners to build on the storyboard experience
Brian Solis: Designing Idyllic Experiences
Read related article: Be on your best behavior
In this episode we’ll cover
- Why you must know yourself
- The importance of choosing people with contrasting temperaments to yours
- Why Leaders who have an US mentality have greater impact
- Why you must stand for something
- Be specific about what you like vs. what you don’t
- How awareness leads to graceful response
Interview on DisrupTV with Vala Afshar and R. Ray Wang
Moving from me to we interview with Warren Whitlock
Shawn Murphy: Work That Matters
Kelly Mitchell: FUEL For Your Business
CXO Talk with Vala Afshar and Michael Krigsman: How to be More Quotable, Connected and Collaborative
Work.com: How the Right Feedback Drives Sales
Dorie Clark: Four Ways to Capture Your Audience
Interview with conference industry thought leader, Jeff Hurt
(Watch video of the interview)
Anne Kreamer: One Question
Smartpartnering and being smart about collaboration
An Interview with Kare Anderson by Collaborative strategist, Lorie Vela (Listen to the interview)
SAP Game-Changers Radio: Peer2Peer Group Networking Communities and Social and Content Marketing: Why Less is More
Interviews with Kare by Small Business Trends founder Anita Campbell
- Interview on Smart Partnering (Read the interview)
- New Trend: Even it Up in Time of Need (Read the interview)
An interview by Sue Pelletier of MeetingsNet: Every Meeting is Different. (Read the interview)
John C. Havens interview with Kare Anderson at IABC conference (Listen to the interview)
Moving from Me to We
An interview with Kare Anderson on BlogTalk Radio by employee-engagement expert Zane Safrit (Listen to the interview)
Carol-Ann Matignon: Encounter With Kare Anderson
Amy Zalman: High-Powered Collaboration
Smart Partnering: Kare Anderson Shares Her Expertise
An interview with The Blog Squad co-founders, Patsi Krakoff and Denise Wakeman (Order a copy of the interview)
High Powered Collaboration, a New Narrative for Leaders
An Interview with Kare Anderson by Strategic Narrative expert, Amy Zalman (Read the interview)
Partnerships: A Conversation with Kare Anderson
By Dawn R. Rivers, Editor of The MicroEnterprise Journal (Read the interview)
Encounter with Kare Anderson
By Sparkling Logic CEO, Carol-Ann Matignon (Read the interview)
Kym McNicholas interview at The Churchill Club in Silicon Valley (Watch video of the interview)
Corporate speechwriter Ian Griffin: Kare Anderson (Read the interview)