Today Skip is sharing a message that was delivered by Tom Osborne during the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Breakfast. Osborne was one of the most successful coaches in American college football history, with a career record of 255–49–3, 13 conference championships, and three national championships.
Skip is in with Jon Strain talking about Social Muscle #9 – Truth.
Truth Bearing requires us to have the appropriate timing and substance of the truth you bear. People are more likely to be attracted rather than persuaded. This attraction is highly connected to our ability to bear truth in grace, gentleness, and kindness.
Skip is in with Jon Strain talking about Social Muscle #8 – Likability.
People are more attracted than persuaded. People will do business with people they like. People will prefer to be around and work with others they like. And how do you become more likable? Be authentic and show empathy
Skip is in with Jon Strain talking about Social Muscle #7 – Deposits of Trust and Respect.
Making Deposits of Trust and Respect is a social muscle we need to grow and sculpt if we’re going to be winsome. Deposits of Trust and Respect create social wealth and growth in both the giver and the receiver.
Skip is in with Jon Strain talking about Social Muscle #5 – Energy. In other words, ‘what builds your energy?’ and ‘what depletes your energy?’. Often we can see pastors, who are in the ministry for years, all of sudden get burnt out and feel the need to step down from their ministry. This is very likely due to a lack of proper energy management.
Skip is in with Jon Strain talking about Social Muscle #4 – Questions. Ask great questions. Jon calls it People Wondering. Have you wondered why you really don’t seem to know even the closest people around you? People loved to be explored. Skip and Jon are diving in to this topic telling us why this social muscle is so important.