38 min

In Search of Purpose-Driven Conversation Bold Business Podcast

    • Management

Small, meaningful conversations use existing hope for a more significant positive impact on your future. Breaking down barriers never happens in ideal moments; however, you can still make the most of each interaction.
In this episode of BOLD Business Podcast, you will hear about prompts to evaluate what holds you back, prompts to assess overwhelm, and the fact that people require effort and time to build trust. Meeting people where they are can help you embrace and use what is present to work together on the current set of priorities.
Jess Dewell talks with Houda Elyazgi, Chief Client Officer at Saxum, about taking the time to care and to fully allow yourself and others to have the chance to show up in purposeful conversation.
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If you want to continue to look for inspiration to creatively or innovatively approach decision-making and problem-solving, use the experiences of other business owners who have created great companies. Try Fast Track Your Business today to keep learning and growing and stay intentional as you work strategically on your business.
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Feel like you need a bit of help with some business direction? Then ACT to Plan by contacting Jess for a 30-Minute Unstuck Quick Consult. You’ll discuss your aims, where you are, and where you should be to move deliberately toward your team-building goals!
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If you want to stay informed and plan for a successful year, download the Annual Red Direction Business Management Report and get access to survey findings and information to help navigate volatility and uncertainty.
You can get in touch with Jess Dewell on Twitter,  LinkedIn or Red Direction website.

Small, meaningful conversations use existing hope for a more significant positive impact on your future. Breaking down barriers never happens in ideal moments; however, you can still make the most of each interaction.
In this episode of BOLD Business Podcast, you will hear about prompts to evaluate what holds you back, prompts to assess overwhelm, and the fact that people require effort and time to build trust. Meeting people where they are can help you embrace and use what is present to work together on the current set of priorities.
Jess Dewell talks with Houda Elyazgi, Chief Client Officer at Saxum, about taking the time to care and to fully allow yourself and others to have the chance to show up in purposeful conversation.
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If you want to continue to look for inspiration to creatively or innovatively approach decision-making and problem-solving, use the experiences of other business owners who have created great companies. Try Fast Track Your Business today to keep learning and growing and stay intentional as you work strategically on your business.
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Feel like you need a bit of help with some business direction? Then ACT to Plan by contacting Jess for a 30-Minute Unstuck Quick Consult. You’ll discuss your aims, where you are, and where you should be to move deliberately toward your team-building goals!
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If you want to stay informed and plan for a successful year, download the Annual Red Direction Business Management Report and get access to survey findings and information to help navigate volatility and uncertainty.
You can get in touch with Jess Dewell on Twitter,  LinkedIn or Red Direction website.

38 min