Looking back at my personal history of starting new things versus finishing those same things, I am absolutely convinced it is part of our innate human nature to receive greater enjoyment from the excitement of birthing new things.
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Keeping in touch with people who we don’t see regularly takes initiative.
Millennials, like other generations, have come to be known for the qualities which characterize them.
The blank stare. Have you experienced it?
I can’t say support raising has ever been easy for me, but not long ago I hit a new low in my relationship to raising personal support.
As a rookie support raiser, I was somehow able to get appointments before I had received much training. I’m not sure if that was a blessing or not.
How do I best follow-up with someone who has said they will give… but hasn’t started giving yet? My guess is you’ve probably faced this question more than once, seeing this is the dilemma I’m asked about most often as a coach. The 2nd question I get the most? “How do I keep follow-up from being awkward?”