One of the reasons I don’t go on podcasts now is that we rarely have time to get into the depth of what works. Especially in the shorter ~30-45m podcasts, you barely have time for an introduction and some perfunctory questions before BAM… time’s up.
So it was an absolute pleasure to share a long and extended conversation with Dan Martell and Jayson Gaignard on hosting lunches and dinners. We went on for a long time… and the only reason we stopped was that the rental space ran out and we got kicked out!
To me, nothing brings humans together like breaking bread with someone else. Good food and good company always lead to good conversations.
If anything, what makes this podcast worth listening to is how different the three of us approach getting humans together… and how all of them work perfectly fine. It’s not about the perfect setup, it’s simply about DOing.
Get listening: Breaking bread and building relationships.
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