What do you do when you are really mad and need to communicate something to an employee, boss or co-worker? It’s tough right. I’m excited to introduce you to our guest today, she’s amazing and you are going to get so many valuable insights about effective and authentic communication.
Healer and Instructor
How To Communicate at Work
Today I am excited to introduce you to a friend and someone who is such a genuine and authentic person and so much wisdom to share. After a successful, Emmy Award-winning career in the entertainment industry, where she served on the MTV Networks Special Production Management Team and acted as the Senior Profiles Manager at the NBC Olympics, Marilyn turned her focus toward honing her innate gifts.
A dedicated healer and instructor, Marilyn teaches people across the globe to develop their talents, allowing access to the answers that sit in the seat of their souls. Integrity is the cornerstone of her work, and Marilyn’s priority is to see her clients embrace the happiness they are genuinely entitled to experience. As a psychic medium, healer, teacher, author, and speaker, she is devoted to using her abilities to bring awareness and enlightenment to every life she touches.
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Some questions I asked:
How did you learn to communicate what you need to your employees without upsetting them?
Where did you first learn to do this (couple’s therapy)?
Why is communication so important?
What do you do when you are really mad and need to communicate something to an employee, boss or co-worker?
How did you learn to negotiate salary in Television production and how has this translated into your own business now?
How do you know what to ask for in regards to pricing?
How do you work on deserving that price?
Marilyn’s course: membershipforyoursoul.com
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