Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Mar 2, 2021

Everyday work conversations should be clear, concise, and get to the point quickly. The problem is we don’t always know how to do this. Because what does it mean to be concise? And how can you summarized a complex topic in just a few lines?


My guest, Chris Fenning, author of The First Minute, has the answers to these and other questions. Listen in, and you’ll learn:

- why the first minute is more important than all the other minutes

- how to get great results by applying one technique to almost every discussion, email, presentation, and interview

- it's steps rather than concepts

- how to be clear and concise - how to summarize your point

- a question to stop asking

- a question to start asking

- how to get people from where they are to where you need them to be

- how this communication framework works in the majority of industries

- how it can be applied to even the most complex topics

- if it's worth the time necessary to learn this in order to save much more time in the future

- how to make you meetings more engaging, efficient, and productive


Resources for this episode:



- buy the book: