In business, it’s critical to concentrate on the person in front of you and make them the center of the universe. Easier said than done. So, how can you make this happen? Adam Nugent welcomes the CEO of TribeHouse, Jared Stewart. With a focus on bringing tribes together, Jared has been incredibly successful in transforming the authentic relationship workplace. People generally don’t care what you do until they know who you are. Learn more about this amazing business, the power behind finding your tribe, and creating deep, meaningful connections.
Listen and subscribe now!
In this podcast excerpt, Jared Stewart explains the concept of “relationship arrogance” and emphasizes the importance of building relationships with all people, not just CEOs and influencers.
AN: Talk to us about TribeHouse and how it’s different than other business networking programs.
JS: At TribeHouse, we talk about relationship arrogance. Suppose you’re sitting down at a table and there’s six people around the table. All humans do this typically, especially in business—they cross out certain faces and they circle certain faces in their brain. “This is the person I want to meet. The other three or four are not people that I have time or energy for today.”
So, they focus all their attention on this one person that they think is going to transform their business or change their world. I’ve learned that it’s almost never that person. It’s always this person over here. And if you don’t ever build a relationship with this person, the connection to that person never happens.
To learn more, visit decidetotribe.com.
► You’ll also like: Episode 51: The Power and Disposition to Smile with David Osmond