Giving Value with Michael Maher

March 25, 2022

Giving Value with Michael Maher

March 25, 2022

About This Episode

Michael Maher has turned his book The Seven Laws of Communication into the 7L system for turning relationships into referrals. Michael talks with Tristan about his journey, describing how the system has played out in his life. He also reveals how many dubs he has in Fortnite.

This podcast has been one of my favorites because I get to interview my friend, best-selling author Michael Maher! If you would like to bring more value to your life, learn how to reclaim your rest days, and basically just learn from someone else’s journey, you should definitely listen to our conversation.

“When it comes to presentations, you must meet the audience where they are, and bring them where you want to take them.” (Michael Maher)

In this fun conversation between friends, here are the things you will definitely learn:

  • Importance of family when it comes to success
  • A speaker that Michael looks up to–and why
  • The wonders of cryotherapy in recovery
  • How to use the black box theory in improving your speaking presentations
  • Tips on how to make your audience walk away from your presentation transformed and forever changed
  • Tips on how to help people be comfortable opening up to you
  • A secret tip that you can also learn from his book, 7L: The Seven Levels of Communication

This has been one of the most meaningful conversations I had because I got to interview a great friend and mentor. If you haven't listened to this episode, what are you waiting for? let’s jump right in.

Pre-order the book here: 7L -Levels Communication Relationships

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DISCLAIMER: The people interviewed are well-trained experts and highly skilled in their areas of practice. They take many safety precautions prior to attempting the activities described. The activities or research discussed in these podcasts should not be attempted without qualified supervision and training with professionals.

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