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Episode 66: The Art of Charm (An Interview with Jordan Harbinger)

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“You assume it's…the ‘haves versus the have-nots’. But really it's the people who intentionally develop relationships versus those who don't.”

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Join Hal Elrod as he interviews Master of social influence, social engineering, and interpersonal dynamics, Jordan Harbinger. As a law student at University of Michigan, Jordan learned the importance of networking and social skills in the workplace and in his personal life. From this, he has launched one of iTunes’ top podcasts, the Art of Charm.

As a leader in his industry, Jordan offers his expertise and shares his best tips for achieving your networking goals and upgrading your circle of influence (time):

  1. Burn the (relation)ships
  2. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes
  3. Buy into the value of giving value

If you’re curious, motivated, and looking for practical advice on how to uplevel your interpersonal skills, tune in to the Art of Charm podcast where you can hear more from Jordan and gain value from his high-profile interviews.

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