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Mere Mortals Unite (MMU) and Businesses that Care (BTC) are two distinct series in this podcast. BTC is focused on building a business culture that allows your business to recruit and retain good talent. Our guests share ideas that work, to create a culture of engagement. On previous episodes of MMU we share superpowers that everyone has although they may not have discovered them yet, or forgotten them or given them away. Take them back, increase their use in your life. provides skills and techniques so you can discover your superpowers. The result is an increase in success and joy in your life and the lives of those that surround you. Let’s change the world one person at a time, starting with you!
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Jun 21, 2016

Connection, Relevance, Networking, Relationships, Conversation

 

Episode 17: It’s Not About Me

URL: http://www.julieannsullivan.com/bryan-heathman-its-not-about-me/

 

On this episode of Mere Mortals Unite, we interview Bryan Heathman, President of Made for Success Publishing, a company that assists speakers and authors in getting their stories heard. I have worked with Bryan before and his entire team was resourceful and helpful. As we worked together, we became friends and stayed connected. Bryan talks about the importance of connecting and being relatable. He’ll share the value of being intentional, a little vulnerable, and the gift of concentrating on someone else besides yourself.  

 

You’ll discover:

 

  • How Bryan describes his superpower.
  • What benefits Bryan has seen from connecting people to one another.
  • Why Bryan keeps a story in his “pocket” at social events to start conversations.
  • Why part of being a good connector is being prepared.
  • The importance of being conscious about making recommendations and referrals.
  • Practical steps to become a better connector.

 

Interview Links & Other Resources

 

Made for Success Publishing

Made for Success Publishing Blog

Connect with Bryan Heathman on LinkedIn

Connect with Bryan Heathman on Facebook

Book Publishing Success Podcast

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