In this episode of The Habit Chef Podcast, I’ll share an interview with Matt Kress about developing solid habits for building healthy relationships. Like me, if you’ve ever felt awkward at a conference or weren’t sure how to follow up with someone you met, this episode is just for you.
Listen in, and you’ll learn:
- How we can use habits to help us connect with people
- Which simple action is the most effective habit for building relationships
- How free tools can help us keep track of useful and interesting articles
- Why preparing and connecting before a conference is helpful
- What to do after a conference to build strong relationships
Notes from this Episode:
The Most Basic Habit: Reach out to one person each day.
- Focus on being useful and interesting.
- When you do make a request, be direct and clear.
- Share relevant articles by organizing them with Pocket.
- Get reminders of who you should contact by tracking them with Relate.ly.
Make the most of conferences and events by having a strategy.
- Pre-conference: Decide who you want to meet and reach out before the event.
- During: Use your research to start relevant conversations and ask “who else should I meet?”
- After: Stay in contact every 3-4 days for the next 3 weeks to solidify the relationship.
- For more specifics, download Matt’s free Conference Cheat Sheet.
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