Today we will discuss the desire to “Own the Room”. The desire to make powerful connections, so that the people sitting across from you, feel inspired and compelled to follow your lead, to proceed with that transaction. To engage in what you want them to engage in. This is how you lead when people don’t want to follow.

This is the essence of Rooftop Leadership. I call it, “owning the room”. Now there are all kinds of versions of that, but let’s think about it in your life, wherever you’re sitting right now.

Owning the room for you could mean, you as a corporate leader making a presentation to your boss. It could be a sales call, on the phone, as a multi-level marketer, getting that prospect to become a client to buy your product. It could be that you’re a financial advisor, like Josh and Nick who I coach, who have dinners and engagements with prospects, and bring them in as clients.

Learning to “Own the Room” is a critical skill to add to your tool kit.

Join me by the campfire and let’s learn to, “Own the Room”.

I’ll see you on the Rooftop…

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