tips to performing at your best in business everyday [podcast][rebroadcast]
By o.c. tanner
Culture | November 11, 2015
In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Roddy Chong, a violinist and speaker known for his “high-energy performances.” Chong has toured with Shania Twain and Celine Dion, at the same time, as well as Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Kevin Costner & Modern West. While not performing, Chong speaks to organizations, teams and audiences around the world in enhancing performance at work.
You will learn:
- How to relate to people with different career backgrounds.
- People all over want to live bigger and want to have more passion.
- No matter the situation, when you’re presenting to one person or 1,000 people, you are on stage.
- What makes a person cool: When a person makes you feel a little bit better than when you enter into the interaction with that person.
- If someone is checking in on you and taking care of you, that is a pretty cool person and probably someone you want to do business with.
- Kids are alive, and that’s what we [adults] want to be, too.
- As adults we can self nurture ourselves with discipline to be more alive and to do things differently.
- Be seen and be good. Push yourself to perform your best.
- Go through life alive, because it will impact the people you meet.
- Performance of a lifetime can happen everyday.
Links and Resources Mentioned:
- Learn more and connect with Roddy Chong
Thank You For Listening!
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