‘‘It is more important than ever to be mindful instead of mindless…in our communication’’

In today’s Mindvalley Podcast, Vishen is joined by special guest speaker and revered personal growth and communication author Sam Horn. We’ll be exploring the world of COMMUNICATION and how we can treat others with courtesy and love instead of intolerance. Grab a pen and paper…you’re about to learn the most important words to use and words to lose list! If there was ever a moment to learn these hacks, it’s now, at this challenging time in human history. Remember, we’re all in this together!

Listen out for:

  • The 6 Hurt Words to avoid saying during the Coronavirus Pandemic
  • The ‘A-Train’ strategy to help you connect with others and make peace with them
  • How to be a coach instead of a critic with your loved ones in these difficult times

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If you’re interested in Sam’s incredible book, Tongue Fu! mentioned in this podcast, you can grab your copy here –  https://www.amazon.com/Tongue-Fu-Deflect-Disarm-Conflict/dp/0312152272

 

About Sam Horn

Sam Horn, Founder/CEO of The Intrigue Agency, has given workshops to more than a half million people. Sam is the proud author of a plethora of celebrated personal growth books.

Her work – including Tongue Fu!, POP!, Got Your Attention? and SOMEDAY is Not a Day in the Week – has been featured in New York Times, Reader’s Digest, and on NPR, to name a few. Her impressive client list includes Young Presidents Organization, Hewlett-Packard, U.S. Navy, the IRS, American Bankers Association, and Four Seasons Hotels.

Sam was Executive Director and Emcee of the world-renowned Maui Writers Conference for 17 years.

Sam lives in Boulder, CO, and her life’s mission is to help people create quality communication in both their business and personal lives.

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