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Really take the time to know someone. If you invest in that time, you can better serve and build a relationship with that person. Trevor Mauch
We all strive to have more fulfilling relationships.
Relationships that link our individual goals with the shared vision of another person. There are challenges of being willing to plant seeds with that person—planting seeds where others are too busy tilling and harvesting. When you plant relationship seeds, your gratitude and willingness to grow are limitless.
Each day, embark on a journey to plant relationships with more passion, honesty, kindness, and communication.
When we shift our attention from the “tilling and harvest” to the process of planting and growing, we can turn our connections into more intentional and long-lasting relationships.
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2:45 – How and why Trevor plants relationship seeds.
6:00 – What exactly the process of planting seeds means?
8:00 – Checkboxes. How to find the right people to invest in fully.
9:10 – Trevor gets this question a lot, “how do you attract people who have no reason to work with you to join your team?” Here is the first example of planting the seed of potential.
12:10 – Planting the seed of the future with Daniel Jeremiah from Dutch Bros.
16:25 – What seeds could you be planting right now? Are you in the tilling or harvesting phase too much? Or do you plant too many seeds? The importance of staying within the seed planting phase most of the time.
17:10 – Grow relationships: The seed planting formula. What to do when you encounter someone you enjoy and hit it off with. Get interested in their goals and dreams.
18:55 – How to create more “planting” opportunities.
19:40 – Growing Carrot by building relationships with our clients, team, colleagues, and prospects.
Those who harvest and plant seeds will continue to have a bounitful, bountiful harvest. – Trevor Mauch